Wednesday, September 28, 2011
1. The eBook is filled with active links. Whether you read the book on a Kindle, your phone, or your computer, you can click on any link in the book and immediately be taken to its website. Read about an interesting blog and visit it instantly. Discover a YouTube video and watch it within seconds. While the paperback version forces you to remember and manually type in a link, the eBook does the whole thing in one click.
2. The endnotes are accessible and clickable. Curious where that statistic came from? Looking for the source for that quote? Want to go deeper into the different Church documents? One click beams you straight to the endnote in each case and from there, clicking on the endnote takes you to the full, original source online. Click the endnote again and you’re right back where you left off. No page turning, no bookmarking, just a few simple clicks to move back and forth between the text and the endnotes.
3. You can read the book instantly. Instead of waiting for the release date and then waiting for the book to ship, you can download the the Kindle eBook within seconds and begin reading now.