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How is reading a book on CD-ROM any different from reading a printed book?

Roger Moore

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Ross Pratt on March 22, 2018

Well for one, you can READ through to pick up the book, open the book, and then find your page, and then read the words on the pages, when you have finished reading the words on the page to turn the page once, etc On the CD, insert the CD into the CD player and then listen to the annoying voice reading the book to you. so you can see they are not the "reading" of a CD that you are LISTENING to a CD, so a CD and a book are not the same!!!!!!!!! Reading the CD You can hear a CD ROM drive if you are driving.

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