You have not read a book when you read Spark Notes. If you must do that, Cliff's notes are far better researched and written. You are selling yourself short when you read a synopsis. You learn little about plot development, English usage and individual thinking styles, and more. C'mon dude, wake up.
Computers have their uses, but they are not everything. For instance, not one truly classic record has come out since 2002. That is the year by which just about every record producer had switched to ProTools. Music is watched on screens and not listened to enough during the recording process. And, nuance, swing and individuality of phrasing is obliterated when auto-tune and moving of beats back or forward in time are employed indiscriminately, as occurs 98% of the time when those 'editing' tools are used.
Cheers, Doug Messenger, Los Angeles