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  • NEVER EVER in a million years shall books be obsolete!

    They shall never be obsolete!!!
    3 reasons why
    1. It doesn't even charge for electricity like tech does
    2. Devices and techno stuff are very bad for your eyes (putting too much pressure on the eyes) which can lead to paying for glasses and maybe even suffering for your own eyes (maybe I said a bit too much :l )
    3. You can learn to write properly from books too

    written by 11 year old girl

  • Books can be more helpful and what can Technology do for us?

    Well now almost all the tests and home work are now on technology. Soon the world is going to rely on devices instead of books and real humans, which will turn into a bad story. When using books, people can learn the words more properly, the grammar and also spelling. By using books people can check over their work whiles some technology can't go back and be redone. The devices may switch of, get a virus or won't be able to load in. Using technology wastes electricity and money. So I suggest we put in a YES!

  • Books can be more helpful and what can Technology do for us?

    Well now almost all the tests and home work are now on technology. Soon the world is going to rely on devices instead of books and real humans, which will turn into a bad story. When using books, people can learn the words more properly, the grammar and also spelling. By using books people can check over their work whiles some technology can't go back and be redone. The devices may switch of, get a virus or won't be able to load in. Using technology wastes electricity and money. So I suggest we put in a YES!

  • Yes yes yes

    Textbooks are obsolete. They are nowadays only filled with those out dated stuff. I mean... We cANT EVEN DO ANYTHING. Its all on the publishers . If we appeal to them they will really sue us. Like seriously. Well my neighbour was sued only for this reason. By by .

  • Obsolescence of books

    Much has been made in recent years of the supposed obsolescence of books, and this idea is generally divided into two tracks: First is the more specific idea that paper-based books are becoming obsolete in a world where e-books can be transmitted instantly (unlike paper books, which take days to ship), stored without consuming space (unlike paper books, which require a great deal of physical space to store a lot of), and produced without killing trees (unlike paper books, which, well, you know). Second is the more general idea that reading as a format itself is obsolete, that ideas can be more effectively communicated through audio and video media and that we're becoming a society which lacks both the time and the mental capacity to meaningfully process hundreds of pages of text. Both ideas have some limited amount of merit--obviously books will never disappear completely, but we're already a society that has mostly abandoned reading for television, and as this trend continues and book publishers continue to cut operating costs, it's quite possible that in 10 or 20 years, e-books will have mostly displaced paper books--they're well on their way there already. I believe, however, that regardless of what happens in the future, books have already become obsolete with regard to their primary purpose in society: to inform people.

  • More advantages than books

    First of all, they can be updated more often and give students much more up to date info,
    Secondly, they can also be in the size of tablets and reduce the weight of the books which will be lighter than a vast amount of different textbooks
    Finally, they can also attract a student's attention

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  • Books are still used throughout the world

    Schools usually go to to books because they are cheaper and they don't
    Want kids bringing two hundred dollar pieces of equipment. Plus book stores are thriving with books. And they do not require a hour worth of of charging . Overall books are not going to be obsolete. Thanks

  • It's all about style and prize.

    Most people will simply not pay $199 so they can read books, especially free books from a library.

    Ultimately, most people simply love the overall feel of reading from the pages of a book. Also, most people don't want to give up the value of having a full sized set of books on the table for a thin Nexus...

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  • They still are valuable tools of learning and entertainment

    Books are easily accessible and carry just as much importance as they ever did, they can be useful for when a tablet is out of charge and will not take as much time to locate, and they do not require 'loading time' to find the page where one left off.

  • NEVER EVER in a million years shall books be obsolete!

    They shall never be obsolete!!!
    3 reasons why
    1. It doesn't even charge for electricity like tech does
    2. Devices and techno stuff are very bad for your eyes (putting too much pressure on the eyes) which can lead to paying for glasses and maybe even suffering for your own eyes (maybe I said a bit too much :l )
    3. You can learn to write properly from books too

    written by 11 year old girl

  • NEVER EVER in a million years shall books be obsolete!

    They shall never be obsolete!!!
    3 reasons why
    1. It doesn't even charge for electricity like tech does
    2. Devices and techno stuff are very bad for your eyes (putting too much pressure on the eyes) which can lead to paying for glasses and maybe even suffering for your own eyes (maybe I said a bit too much :l )
    3. You can learn to write properly from books too

    written by 11 year old girl

  • When trying to learn, technology is not what you need, but when reading a book you will always succeed.

    Books have provenance, physical beauty and nostalgia. In the age of technology books are definitely not obsolete. Libraries exist in every council around Australia. Libraries allow people to borrow as many books as they like, free of charge as technology cost SO MUCH money.

    Books serve a wide range of people. It remains true that an individual's access of books is a shared culture which is not shown by however much money they have. Technology cost so much money and some people can not afford such a luxury. Books are free when you borrow them from libraries. In the age of technology books are definitely not obsolete as libraries are a place where a daily newspaper, a weekly newsmagazine, are all available.

    To have internet, you need to pay an internet provider, this cost so much money. Technology is not accessible when there's no electricity but books do not require constant charging. 1.2 billion people – 16% of the global population does not have access to electricity according to the WEO-2016

    The need for access to knowledge has never been greater than it is today. The problem is that access to this knowledge is unevenly distributed meaning that poor families that can not afford technology. Libraries where books are free
    are a central part of solving that distribution problem.
    Furthermore, I undoubtedly believe that books are NOT obsolete as they can
    be borrowed for free whilst computers cost SO MUCH! Only some people can
    afford such a luxury of a laptop but instead go to the library for a quiet and
    easy read.

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  • Technology an aid to books, not its substitute

    Technology aids in reading books while travelling or where you cannot carry the books or when you have to search in the fast track mode for a keyword. Definitely don't substitute the books. For proper understanding, you need paper books. Further, they are accessible when there's no electricity and do not require constant charging. Chances of a hard drive crash are far more than that of losing a book. Also, then there's the never ending computer eye strain if constantly reading on screen. Bad enough that we work on the computer for hours during work, if reading was to be done on computer screens as well all the time, then all the best for good sight at old age. I prefer reading books to my ebooks!

  • Technology an aid to books, not its substitute

    Technology aids in reading books while travelling or where you cannot carry the books or when you have to search in the fast track mode for a keyword. Definitely don't substitute the books. For proper understanding, you need paper books. Further, they are accessible when there's no electricity and do not require constant charging. Chances of a hard drive crash are far more than that of losing a book. Also, then there's the never ending computer eye strain if constantly reading on screen. Bad enough that we work on the computer for hours during work, if reading was to be done on computer screens as well all the time, then all the best for good sight at old age. I prefer reading books to my ebooks!

  • Books are undoubtedly not obsolete!

    In my opinion, I definitely believe that books are not obsolete because they are a beautiful joy and shows emotions and imagination. It's no wonder that throughout the ages and across all cultures, people have had such a powerful passion for the printed word. I hope you agree with me!!


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