Doctors and researchers note that in most instances, paper can offer more visual sophistication than a screen. But certain types of paper, including inexpensive newsprint and the paper in softcover books, can actually provide an inferior reading experience for our eyes than the electronic alternatives.If only these e-versus-paper decisions didn't keep getting harder.
Anything but the eyestrain
Good Lord, please no eyestrain! Alas, the screen-versus-paper debate gets more complicated: