Microbooks - Providing the Gist of Tomes
07-Mar-2012 | News-Press Release
Barrie, Ontario ( prsafe ) March 5, 2012 - "A book is the only place in which you can examine a fragile thought without breaking it, or explore an explosive idea without fear it will go off in your face. It is one of the few havens remaining where a man's mind can get both provocation and privacy." - Edward P. Morgan
Millions and millions of tomes have been authored by people around the world from time immemorial and millions would continue to be written as well. These books are capable of acting as a virtual guide to take us around literally anywhere in this world and beyond this globe itself. Every time we read a book that impresses us, it does leave some sort of thoughts, memory or thoughts which we would carry with us and also share with others as knowledge. Smart Parents try to inculcate the book reading habit into their Children right from the very young age and by doing so, they introduce the kid to the best companion of his/her life.
With evolution of time and technological advancement, the trend keeps changing as well. Human thoughts were engraved on stones first, then it was parched leaves, and finally when paper was invented, things became so easy for a writer to pen down his thoughts and safely store them as well. And yes, here we are in the 21st century where putting a pen to the paper has become a rarity in schools as well. That's right - it is all e-writing and e-reading these days through a keyboard or a keypad. Hard copy books were gradually transformed to E-books. However, the concept of Microbooks came in much earlier than e-books. To put it in simple terms, Microbookis a condensed version of a tome or any book, highlighting the salient points or the essence of the complete book itself.
And it does take an expert to condense and write the contents in just ten pages. There are quite a few websites like InJust10Pages that provides solution on how to convert an e-book into a Microbook. For more detailed information on this, please visit http://injust10pages.com/
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