While their plans may be less complicated than Buffett's, readers
also like to control how and to whom they distribute their wealth.
Automated search features allow online readers
to return to topics of interest easily within an issue, and automatic archiving gives readers
access to back issues without paper clutter," she said.
It encourages analysis of the relationships of reader
to texts and the relationships of texts to culture.
Romance Slam Jam (RSI), which celebrated its 10th anniversary in Dallas earlier this year, is probably the mother of all reader
Like professional musicians, Eden says, good readers
learn a complex skill through nearly lifelong practice.
In contrast, these jarring inconsistencies are extremely noticeable online, especially where a reader
may see two clashing Web pages on the same Web site.
The dead-end of her effort and her destruction of her "text" suggest that, despite her role as model for author and reader
, her methods do not receive authorial privilege.
The first thing the reader
wants to know about your copy is "What's in It for Me?
It is expected that the FINREAD smart card reader
initiative will lead to a global standard for secure banking over open networks.
Once we consider the reader
, these texts no longer come across as eccentric, if compelling, failures.
The main criteria for providing assistance to the reader
were graciousness and cultivation, and the reason for doing so was to make the library a more welcoming institution which then in turn would increase usage and justify the library's existence.
For Allen, reality lies more with the reader
than the author.
Teachers can engage the bilingual reader
in activities such as sustained silent reading (SSR) or drop everything and read (DEAR).
Moreover, he brings African culture near to the reader
by way of the biblical text, presenting outsider culture within a paradigm that sets it at the very heart of the dominant religious tradition of his British and American readers