Nate Hoffelder

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Nate Hoffelder is the founder and editor of The Digital Reader: He's here to chew bubble gum and fix broken websites, and he is all out of bubble gum. He has been blogging about indie authors since 2010 while learning new tech skills at the drop of a hat. He fixes author sites, and shares what he learns on The Digital Reader's blog. In his spare time, he fosters dogs for A Forever Home, a local rescue group.

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  1. Greg Strandberg3 January, 2016

    Good numbers here, thanks!

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  2. Felipe Adan Lerma3 January, 2016

    Have seen similar charts, but this one for me mirrors my experience of reading better: softer, easier on the eye, absorbable – thanks, am sharing!

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  3. LCNR3 January, 2016

    And, apparently, 100 % of readers who proofread that infographic missed the typos in chapters three and four (and arguably two more in chapter five).

    P.S.: Happy New Year!

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    1. Nate Hoffelder3 January, 2016

      I saw a few. I didn’t see a point in complaining; there wasn’t any way to fix them.

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  4. LCNR3 January, 2016

    I am not criticising you. I just think it is highly ironic, given the subject (especially as the typos are fairly obvious).

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  5. […] Infographic: Reading Has Its Benefits (The Digital Reader) – Reading more stress reducing than tea? Really? Who would have thought? […]

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  6. DavidW4 January, 2016

    Much of what is written is falsely associating correlation with causation. Upper middle class tend to be literate. That doesn’t mean that anyone that is literate is also well off.

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  7. […] Der Grafikdesigner Raphael Lysander hat die zahlreichen Vorteile von Lesen aus zahlreichen wissenschaftlichen Veröffentlichungen zusammen getragen und in eine wirklich gelungene Infografik gegossen (entdeckt von The Digital Reader). […]

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  8. […] Infographic: Reading Has Its Benefits […]

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  9. […] Außerdem findet man hier den  perfekte “Spickzettel” (Der Grafikdesigner Raphael Lysander hat die zahlreichen Vorteile von Lesen aus zahlreichen wissenschaftlichen Veröffentlichungen gesammelt und in eine wirklich gelungene Infografik umgesetzt (entdeckt von The Digital Reader). […]

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  10. Ben McKay31 October, 2016

    I thought it was really interesting how it was setup, and how it was set in a midevil sort of way. I also found it funny (in a good way) that it said that it reduced stress by 700% better than video games.

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