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on Nov 29, 2010
"Then new thinkers like Scharff will want to shutter the dusty Louvre, Metropolitan and British museums and reduce civilization's greatest art, sculpture and architecture for lazy viewing on Kindles. Saves tramping through the Museum of Modern Art, the Prado and DeYoung."
A bit of a leap here. Sounds like you're grasping at straws to try and prove a non-point.
"But what a pity future generations will miss the exquisite pleasure of curling up in a cozy corner on a rainy night with a gripping, real book."
You can curl up in a cozy corner on a rainy night with a gripping novel regardless of the format. It doesn't have to be made from dead trees.
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