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I tell readers to press enter (or other basic/repetitive stuff) because 1)
you never know where in the book they might open and just start reading and
2) I have a lot of readers who still look at computers as evil and foreign
and difficult to approach. We aren't all plugged in on a reqular basis and
it's important to remember that.