19th century models for textbooks don't fit 21st century


Through the past year I have learned to largely ignore a majority of the emails that have clogged my inbox. There's only so many ways I can read that Jon Tester cares about farmers and veterans and Montanans and Rehberg doesn't, and vice versa, before the gray TV static that we have lost to digital televisions resurrects itself in my mind. But I received an interesting email recently, in my junk box no less, about a website, the non-profit ProCon.org, and its debate over the merits of traditional textbooks over the new tablet computers that have taken over the education world faster than th...

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