I love paper books. For some reason or another, I remember things that I have read in paper better than anything I have read electronically. And there's this tactical thing, too. I like the feeling of touching a book and turning the pages, and I like that it has some kind of smell. All of these qualities give the book a certain "presence" that I do not get with e-books. I also find it harder to focus when reading an electronic book than with a paper book. And I never have to worry about my paper book running out of power. I can just read it by the light of the sun or turn on the lights when the sun goes down. Ok, trying to describe the presence aspect better. Paperbooks just have a "presence" for me, which gives some kind of credence to its ideas, well, kinda like the difference between talking with someone face-to-face versus over phone or by text. That's more of my difference in response to having read something in paper versus in electronic form.