Write out your own copy, of course. No kidding; when you slow down to take a pen (preferably a nice fountain pen, or even a quill) and write out the text, you start to notice things that you'd previously "blipped" over. It's worth noting as well that the Torah contains a requirement that each king of Israel write out a copy of the Torah for himself--see Deuteronomy 17:18.
It's also worth noting that the Bible has no record of any king, even David or Hezekiah, doing this, and the books of history are filled with examples of blatant disregard for basic principles of the Law, even among the God-fearing. Failure to fulfill the Law's command to write it out--a whole copy for the king, portions on doorposts and such for others--most likely contributed to a failure to fulfill its other commands, leading to horrible degradations and the end of that kingdom.
As beneficial as it is to have the Word online, I dare suggest that we could do worse than to emulate the monks of old, pick up a pen (or quill and knife), and put it to paper for ourselves.
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