As life moves forward, we lose some things.
When I was a kid, my family had encyclopedias. I used to enjoy sitting down and reading them. Or skimming them to find interesting articles. Hours and hours of my childhood were spent learning that way.
Today, kids have Wikipedia and Google. Both offer huge advantages over encyclopedias. But some things are lost. I wonder how many kids spend hours combing Wikipedia for interesting articles.
I have a Kindle, and I love it. But it’s far from perfect.
Recently, I learned of a high school not far away that is “paperless.” No books, except eBooks. Again, some good things come with that — but some things are lost.