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9-29-2010 @ 7:22PM
If I wanna be kept up to date on all WoW news on the go (and of course I do, who doesn't?), I've got my phone. But this is pretty cool for those who have these devices. I'm honestly not sold on them yet. I still enjoy holding a physical book in my hands and turning the pages.
9-29-2010 @ 7:26PM
For the longest time, I felt the exact same way. I still do, to an extent. Reading is so much more than looking at words on a page...there's an entire tactile dimension to it. But I've tried them out. A Nook at a BN and a friend's Kindle, and I'm honestly sold. Why? Convenience. As someone who moves around a lot (college student; to dorm, then back home, then back to dorm, etc) carting around all of those books all of the time becomes a pain. Plus, I'm a lit major so a lot of my texts are stuff in the public Domain, like Shakespeare and whatnot. Free electronic versions beats paying 15-bucks for a physical copy I have to lug around anyday.
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