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Reading each alternating page of a book can be tedious. So don't
print the back of the page until the end is reached, and then
continue the story on the reverse pages.
[not_morrison_rm, Jun 28 2013]
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||How about printing the whole book on a toilet roll, then
there are no pages to turn at all. Just read one or two each
time you use the loo. (not good in a shared household)
||xen if you ever want a cheap'n'quick bun...
||So, this is a means of saving the energy needed to
shift ones gaze from the left page to the right page?
||Does this saving offset the energy needed to turn
the pages of the book twice as many times in total?
||Err... Tête-bêche format?