|The Reading Appliance Revoltution||Paper / Publication|
Author(s): Bill N. Schilit, Gene Golovchinsky, Morgan N. Price
Author(s): Bill N. Schilit, Gene Golovchinsky, Morgan N. PriceReading appliances allow people to work on electronic documents much as they would on paper. They therefore provide an alternative to the standard "browse or search and then print" model of reading online. By integrating a wide variety of document activities, such as searching, organizing, and skimming, and by allowing fluid movement among them, reading appliances eliminate disruptive transitions between paper and digital media.