This hopping from screen to screen may be a growing problem. Scientists such as Dr Nicholas Carr and Dr Susan Greenfield warn us that smart technology is rewiring our neural pathways and that ADHD is on the rise, especially among the net-addicted younger generations. On the other hand, multi-screening might be a new and progressive way of reading across texts; a physical manifestation of the postmodern idea of "intertextuality". Whether you are for or against it, multi-screening is an unstoppable change in the way we consume ebooks. And it necessarily involves the collapse of a few forms that we have previously held as sacrosanct, not least the distinction between fact and fiction.