I love technology, video games, IPods, synthesizers, and gadgets. Yet, I love books. I like the feel of a book in my hand. Turning a page is more preferable to hitting the "Next" button. There has been some discussion recently of this idea. Expository Thoughts delved into this matter when a question was raised concerning the sale of software from one user to another. Rolland defends the use of a library over software.
The only reason why I would want software is for my Greek class to parse verbs and diagram sentences. Otherwise, I doubt I would use it much. I will have the opportunity to purchase Logos at the seminary at 50% off. That is still about $400. All I know is that when the lights go out, I can still light a candle, open a book and use pencil and paper to write out a sermon.
What are your thoughts? Are you a software guy, through and through, or a P&P guy? (Pencil and paper)