"If it's more than one screen, I just print it out." This is one of the mantras of our age, when the chances are good that most of us do our work--and some of us, our play--within the 17-inch parameters of a computer monitor. Aside from the implications this "print it" impulse has on the paperless office, the clichés about reading from a computer screen continue to vex. If no one reads for pleasure from a computer screen, then why are so many online magazines, newspapers, databases, chat rooms, and storefronts lousy with text? And why are so many Web sites still hanging around, in spite of the widely acknowledged fact that making a buck in Internet publishing is like trying to squeeze... More >>>