Keep the Kindle Away From Me
I don’t think I can do it.
I’ve heard of the Kindle since Amazon debuted it in the fall of 2007, and I know of comparable electronic book readers, such as this one by Sony, but I don’t think they are for me.
I prefer holding a book in my hand and flipping pages. Tactile books. Feeling […]
I prefer holding a book in my hand and flipping pages. Tactile books. Feeling the age of the page. Smelling old ink.
But who am I kidding?
I prefer reading newspapers and magazines online than on print, so will books be next in my phase of shifting to an electronic medium?
I hope not.
Reading about the Kindle 2.0 hitting shelves this week, I hope it stays away from me. Far away.
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