How the use of mobile devices in training saves the trees

You know that wonderful feeling you get when you feel the crisp smell of a new book while turning the pages, all tucked in a comfortable armchair with a big cup of hot cocoa while the rain keeps pouring outside? It’s great and that’s why that particular image is used in so much of today’s advertising. Books and bookstores are indeed a hoot and a half and having a personal library can be a treat – up to the time when cleaning is in store and you see just how many dusty bunnies can hide in between those lovely pages and how hard it is to get rid of them.

In later years the e-book has become increasingly popular as the new generation is more into technology and less into the nostalgia of reading by a fireplace (not that you can’t do that on an electronic device but if you do, the fireplace is most probably digitized as well). If there were a confrontation between digital and paper at a preference level, they would both win, as this infographic video demonstrates.

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