Thursday, September 13, 2012

Read It Maybe

Chicago's Open Books has jumped on the bandwagon of of making "Call Me Maybe" videos with this parody "Read It Maybe." The singing is pretty bad, but the sentiment is pretty good.



In defense of e-reading, I looooove my Nook for several reasons — one of them is that people in public can't see what I'm reading. (Sometimes I like reading bad/trashy books, but I don't always want others to know about it. And it's much less embarassing to check out a trashy e-book through CLEVNET's emedia site than to have the cute guy at the library counter scan it for you after seeing your name on your library card.)

Any reading is good reading — whether it's a hardcover classic novel or a trashy pink paperback, The New Yorker or The Onion, on an e-reader or on a hard copy.

(Hat tip to Poynter for blogging about this video, where I found out about it.)


-- Cheryl Sadler | CSadler@News-Herald.com | @nhcheryl

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Open Books Store said...

Thanks for the post, Cheryl! We agree that any reading is good reading and don't feel like anyone should be embarrassed for reading at all! (and if you think Kevin's singing is bad now, you should have heard his rehearsals!) :)

September 13, 2012 at 10:39 AM 
Blogger Cheryl Sadler, MLIS said...

Thanks for the comment!

September 13, 2012 at 7:38 PM 

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