Old books have a particular scent due to complex chemical processes.
Cognitive science may have an explanation for some people's preferences for print over digital books.
Literature offers a great mental vacation and opens the brain to new ways of thinking.
You go to the library and check out an old book. When opening the book, you notice the pages are yellow and falling apart. Why is this happening?
Will printed media, like books and newspapers, soon be a thing of the past?