Are you an e-reader fan, or a plain ol' book fan?
I happen to be a strong advocate for regular books. There's a connection between the reader and the book that happens from holding the actual pages of the book, which gets lost in e-readers.
It's almost as if you develop a strong bond with holding the spine, feeling the pages as you turn them, that smell, oh you know that smell.
You get a whole different experience when you read a book from a computer screen, and you miss out on this uniquely magical relationship with the book.
I really love this picture. It's so true. Kindles don't have the same magic.