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  1. re: comparative screens

    Perhaps commonalities between phosphor and electrophor display are clouding any distinctions. They are both glass surfaces with reflections and smearing. They are both hand held devices without variable, manipulative navigation associated with paper books. They both have momentary page redraw routines beyond reader control.

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