Even if it's not "very heavy".
During the last few years of her life my mother had a computer in her room, and,
among numerous other messages, received email updates about each new Boidem column.
Even so, she chose not to read these columns on the web. She claimed that this
was a bit too complicated for her, though I doubt that this was really the case.
Instead, my brother used to print out each separate page of each new column for
her. It was my guess that Mom's preference for a print version of each column
had little to do with the difficulty of opening each page, or of reading on screen.
She preferred the print version because in this way she could hold the pages in
her hands, and having this physical, tangible, evidence of something her son had
written made her feel that I'd really accomplished something.
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