Despite an enduring love for paper, most of my reading these days is done
on computer screens. The sci-fi computer screen of tomorrow teases
my imagination. Hold it, bend it, maybe even turn it\'s pages?
Mark it up, then save your highlighting and notes right (write?-) on the
computer screen, and then with a magic shake, like an old etch-a-sketch,
make all your notes disappear so you can read the original document, yet
still have those notes saved somewhere in the ether?
Peek: The Computer Screen of the Future,\" from NewsFactor.com
looks at LEP, light-emitting
polymer [google], that \"because it can be made on flexible plastic
substrates, it not only could be extremely difficult to break, but also
could be molded into different shapes and contours.\"
we ready for digital paper,\" takes a look at a pen
and paper combo that copies what\'s written as a digital picture.
has had a lot of investment and technological advancements the past few
years from various corporations and is promising to be a viable paper-like
[google] reading experience.
Video Screen Is Like Paper.\" \"SCREEN