Mixing Up Kindles

By Tim Butler | Posted at 1:36

The Daily Mail has a problematic article on the disruption light emitting devices can cause to sleep patterns. In part, it states:

And they [those using electronic devices] took nearly ten minutes longer to fall asleep after reading an e-reader compared to reading a printed book. They also had a lower amount of rapid eye movement sleep – a stage thought to be crucial because it is when memories are consolidated.

This seems to reflect research I have read for years. Unfortunately, the article seems to misuse the term “e-reader,” applying it to the Kindle Fire tablet — tablets were the subject being researched — and not the actual Kindle e-readers that most people would expect they are referring to. This confusion of terms led the Drudge Report to link to the piece with the title “Reading a Kindle in Bed Ruins Your Sleep.” Reading closely, however, this piece would seem to say quite the contrary: instead of showing how a Kindle ruins sleep, it would seem to argue for why e-ink e-readers like the Kindle are justifiable along side much more robust tablets. Yes, you can do more with a tablet, but e-ink displays really are much more enjoyable (and, perhaps, healthy) to read off of.

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Yes… Kindle e-reader is itself looks awkward, but Kindle Fire, being a familiar brand name, looks familiar.

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Yes… Kindle e-reader is itself looks awkward, but Kindle Fire, being a familiar brand name, looks familiar.

Posted by Ramandeep Singh - Jun 12, 2017 | 4:24

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My granddad has been bemoaning the fact that the Atlanta newspaper stopped deliveries in his areas, and he has no way to get fresh news in print anymore. Now, there's the web version, but he doesn't like to sit at a computer to read. I'm wondering SG220-26P-K9-NA if the Kindle might be an admittedly expensive solution to his problem? He could also grab national newspapers, or things like the New Yorker. Plus he and his wife love to read and devour books.

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