Friday, April 8, 2011
Worldreader.org is devoted to getting books into the hands of children and families in developing nations using e-readers. Cory Doctorow, from Boing Boing, an author himself, talks about reading in an interview on the Worldreader blog: 'I have a couple of pieces of advice about reading. One is that the most dangerous thing in the world is someone who has only read one book. The great thing about reading is that you can triangulate your ideas among lots of different authors, different times, or different place. When you read widely and broadly it shows you that everything is relative. It shows that there is a lot of ways of looking at things, and often times, problems can become solutions if looked at creatively.' More...
Posted by Jim Menick at 4:41 PM