An E-Book UI That Lets You Flip Digital Pages, Just Like A Real Book http://t.co/caO8SMvo
If a book is good, you should be so immersed in it that you don’t care how far you’ve read or how much further there is to go. Does that sound like a good rationalization for the generally terrible navigation schemes that we put up with in our e-books? I love my Kindle, but using percentages instead of page numbers makes me feel like I’m reading a calculator instead of a book. And god forbid if I want to casually flip around in a short-but-sweet book like this one, looking for interesting passages to blog about–no, I have to query it like a database using search terms.
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