I occasionally might sign out a book from the local library if I can't find it on the internet but chances are you can download it for free via a PDF format on the internet. I think hardcopy books are obsolete from a practical standpoint. I only read them for a nostalgic value since I grew up on hardcopied books. But since I spend most of my time on the internet and in front of a computer, I see little value in buying or even signing out hardcopy books since I can download everything from the internet and read it offline in a pdf format. Or better yet, sometimes you can read the book from a webpage, so downloading it isn't even required. What do you guys think? Do you guys read physical books? I made this thread out of inspiration of the ED article on books which accurately states that I noticed a lot of old media fags are butthurt whenever I make the above statement. Which is entirely true because everything you need in books can be found on the internet.