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Are Paper Books More Sophisticated Than E-Readers?

Updated: Nov 28, 2022

This is what I’m re-reading this week. What about you?

Here what’s I’m flipping through on paperback, A PANTONE Color Resource. Over the years I’ve enjoyed learning about the psychological messages and meaning of color. The language of color shows up everywhere in our day-to-day life from marketing to fashion. It’s just one way we communicate. The book, Color: messages and meanings by Leatrice Eiseman is a journey full of insight about communicating the right message with color. The presentation is stunning and a valuable addition to support your collection of books about color beyond design.

Did you know that flipping pages of a book can actually help you better understand what you're reading? It’s true. To feel and touch the paper gives your brain context and some level of comprehension about the subject matter. Check out this report for more information.


Studies show that 30 minutes of reading can lower blood pressure and heart rate.

I’ve written before that reading can make you more empathetic. And getting lost in a good book can make it easier for you to relate to others. It just makes sense.


Snuggling up with a good book after a long day is so appealing, especially in the winter months. It’s a serious stress-buster. There’s no time like the present to cozy up with a good book.


Let me know what you’re reading this month. I’d love to hear from you. And if you want to know more about the author of this amazing book check out her link.





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