I think that Dustin's pamphlet makes more sense and has a stronger argument, but personally I agree with Hannah. I love books and the feel and smell and design of a book; it adds to the overall experience of reading and I would never want that to disappear. I really don't like reading documents on the computer or on iPads or iPhones or anything else (although the Kindle is OK, but I still prefer books). But on the other hand, books do waste tons and tons of paper and deforestation is a huge problem; but to run any of the devices needed to view digital books you need electricity, and electricity also has a huge environmental impact. It doesn't deal with deforestation, but to produce electricity you have to burn fossil fuels and if you're trying to look to an environmentally responsible future, you should deal with the problem of electricity and the burning of fossil fuels first.