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none of the above. I would like to read in a magazine or book form. Something I can read anywhere.
6/2/2008 9:59:38 PM
if i need step-by-step instructions i'll print out
6/2/2008 1:08:20 PM
i love the links to related articles
6/2/2008 3:03:50 AM
full articles via RSS (as opposed to visiting site)
6/1/2008 4:12:03 PM
Both options would be nice, especially for reading versus printouts
5/31/2008 11:51:37 PM
quickly read 1st then refer back highlight'g specific area of interest to refer back too
5/31/2008 10:41:14 PM
depends on length of download
5/31/2008 8:25:27 PM
best would be physical copy in front of me. reading on the computer makes my head ache.
5/31/2008 4:46:09 PM
For when I am in a location without internert, I want PDF filesfor magazine reading. Online after ?
5/31/2008 2:48:36 PM
It would depend on whether I'm doing research on a particular topic for a reason or just browsing.
5/30/2008 10:02:49 PM
If I'm interested, I'd download what I want to read and ignore the rest.
5/30/2008 2:20:39 PM
If I were reading off the computer, I would read them online, but I most prefer to read magazines
5/30/2008 1:34:10 PM
Remember that those of us in rural locations have dial-up internet, it takes a while.
5/30/2008 12:59:08 PM
Would want to download specific articles only if I wanted to save it or read at a later time
5/30/2008 9:42:06 AM
PDF if want to read while not a pc, or what to keep in file of similars.
5/30/2008 9:09:16 AM
short articles=on-line; long/detailed=pdf
5/30/2008 9:02:14 AM
Offer either option
5/30/2008 12:21:05 AM
If it can/will be used as reference, pdf is best to keep it. If it is only a one time read, online.
5/29/2008 11:03:12 PM
I like to peruse an article online and if I want to pass it along to someone, I prefer a pdf
5/29/2008 9:38:29 PM
depends on how long & how sent. leave out the html graphics
5/29/2008 9:15:55 PM
many rural folks still dialup slow connect
5/29/2008 5:42:59 PM
INformation now vs reference information. If for reference want PDF. If for information only, read
5/29/2008 4:26:55 PM
Human/horse interest I read, Safety/Health issues I often save for future ref.
5/29/2008 4:25:03 PM
I prefer them to be arranged by topic then with related articles.
5/29/2008 3:44:11 PM
I print if I'll be sitting some place for a while. (like dr. office)
5/29/2008 3:27:40 PM
It depends on what the Articles are about.
5/29/2008 3:25:55 PM
I love to be able to make the choice between online and a magazine
5/29/2008 12:58:29 PM
time, network speed, location
5/29/2008 12:30:25 PM
It depends on how much time I have, I would like to option to do either.
5/29/2008 12:09:37 PM
I like to pick and choose what to read at what time, and having them all available at one time
5/29/2008 8:23:37 AM
Keep for easy reference
5/28/2008 11:52:59 PM
Some articles I prefer to keep a copy of. Easier to print than find it online again!
5/28/2008 10:59:31 PM
Some articles are news, some are information. I'd like to keep the informative - like nutrition, etc
5/28/2008 8:45:32 PM
If it is an ongoing story, I'd prefer to see it as it happens. Otherwise, a series is best.
5/28/2008 4:22:57 PM
back problems in horses
5/28/2008 2:30:39 PM
Easiest to download all and read as time permits. Often I print so I can read anywhere.
5/28/2008 12:39:12 PM
absolutely HATE pdf files, any way but that!
5/28/2008 11:49:50 AM
time is a factor
5/28/2008 10:55:53 AM
I would read online, but want to print out items that I needed to understand in detail or long.
5/28/2008 9:57:55 AM
Medical articles are always great - so informative for the average horse owner - read all
5/28/2008 9:28:35 AM
Either way - doesn't matter. Whatever works 4 u.
5/28/2008 9:25:38 AM
It depends on my time availability. I'd use both methods.
5/28/2008 9:21:17 AM
how long and how many articles
5/28/2008 9:20:24 AM
The size of the download.Easy retrieval w/Dnld.Available time.
5/28/2008 6:19:19 AM
Short summary online, detailed article as pdf (also for future reference)
5/28/2008 2:30:31 AM
Its great for school, to be able to have both so I can access info w/o saving them all to my laptop
5/28/2008 12:55:38 AM
Read online but have available as PDF downloads
5/27/2008 11:41:49 PM
Depend on my interest in the articles, of course
5/27/2008 11:29:13 PM
I prefer articles in a PDF format so I can read them at my leisure.
5/27/2008 11:18:09 PM
with permission would like to be able to print & share with noncomp hsing customers
5/27/2008 10:43:40 PM
Ooption to print out longer articles to read later.
5/27/2008 8:32:30 PM
...and be able to print separately for future reference if desired.
5/27/2008 5:57:35 PM
Gives you the option of reading clear copy on line in PDF form while at the same time you can print
5/27/2008 5:55:04 PM
Time and machine availability
5/27/2008 5:49:34 PM
Pick and choose PDF articles from a comprehensive list and download them.
5/27/2008 5:07:28 PM
One at a time, and access to the others through the archive. thanks!
5/27/2008 5:01:32 PM
Depends on length and depth of article. Prefer PDFs for chart/graphs.
5/27/2008 4:39:43 PM
read them online after pulling up a topice and being given all articles that pertain as you do now
5/27/2008 4:27:35 PM
Sometimes I get tired of looking at a computer screen, so would download, especially if wanted to ke
5/27/2008 4:19:28 PM
Links inside of each article to the other articles
5/27/2008 4:05:13 PM
I prefer to read in depth and technical article in print; would want good abstracts before downloads
5/27/2008 4:02:47 PM
It depends on how much time I have available, or if I consider the article worth saving in my files.
5/27/2008 3:58:59 PM
If I'm interested, the PDF would be preferable. If my interest is mild, online is fine.
5/27/2008 3:57:21 PM
if important to me, I'd rather have PDF that I can print out & keep. if not, then simply online
5/27/2008 3:54:07 PM
I like to look them up the way we do now. Thanks
5/27/2008 3:48:23 PM
short articles, on-line is OK; longer articles, downloading a file would be better
5/27/2008 3:41:41 PM
5/27/2008 3:39:42 PM
time makes the PDF file a good option - but too much paper if that is only option.
5/27/2008 3:38:11 PM
Read them online with links to related articles. Printer friendly option.
5/27/2008 3:32:50 PM
It's ok to group them, but provide an index and categorize them, make them searchable
5/27/2008 3:29:12 PM
If I am really concerned and need to share with someone, I want to print it. Otherwise, on the net.
5/27/2008 3:20:42 PM
If a topic has long term interest or complex articles, I would pdf, but topical events, read online
5/27/2008 3:15:25 PM
depends on the subject and if the articles are no older then two years old.
5/27/2008 3:10:49 PM
Depends on my immediate need of information or if I am just reasearching casually.
5/27/2008 3:05:43 PM
depends on the length and depth of the article
5/27/2008 2:59:44 PM
I perfer the format you are using now! Artical that are current or news.
5/27/2008 2:55:18 PM
I would rather have a bullet point summary of each of the artices and pick the one that apeals most
5/27/2008 2:48:57 PM
have the articles summarized and linked to the more detailed articles
5/27/2008 2:46:46 PM
I would like links on them to post an opinion.
5/27/2008 2:44:41 PM
I still prefer to read them in a magazine to take with me.
5/27/2008 2:35:21 PM
If the article relates to something I am doing or will be doing I would to download it to reference
5/27/2008 2:34:53 PM
It depends on if I would need to print out any information I may need to keep...
5/27/2008 2:18:04 PM
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