Bookworms, check it out. You are it, my friends.
According to a recent article in the New York Times, (in the Fashion & Style section, no less!), the rising popularity of E-Books is completely changing the way people read.
Not only are more and more people reading this way, but even more folks are watching them read.
See, everyone is so intrigued with the mobile gadgetry used, reading is no longer a solitary sport. When you're using your e-reader (according to those interviewed) people tend to stop by and check it out, ask you questions, see if you like it and enquire what you're reading.
We're talking Kindles, sure - but it's the new and different iPads (also capable of holding E-Books) that are really turning heads.
"Buying literature has become cool again," said Professor Paul Levinson of Fordham University, quoted in the article.
Go figure. I never knew it was uncool. But if that's what it takes to get folks reading, then I'm all for it.