How the Web changes your reading habits

Computers and the Internet are changing the way people read. Thus far, search engines and hyperlinks, those underlined words or phrases that when clicked take you to a new Web page, have turned the online literary voyage into a kind of U-pick island-hop. Far more is in store.

Take “Hamlet.” –Gregory M. LambHow the Web changes your reading habits (CS Monitor)

There are more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

Much of this article discusses reading text over cell phones. Since I’ve been carrying a PDA around for over seven years, I think it would be extremely difficult for me to adjust to the tiny size of phone screens.