so often the saleability of tech stories reflect the primitive sensibilities of the readers. I wonder if babel like this will fly in developed cities where technology is part of daily lives and does not constitute only amusement on the weekends.
I liked the idea of downloading a book I want in about a minute at about ½ the price, instead of going down to our local Hastings, who might not have it.
The Kindle app on the iPad allows you to bookmark a page(without dog earing or a cardboard bookmark) you can hold your finger or stylus over a word and the definition appears at the bottom of your screen. The search feature is invaluable for looking up pertinent information without flipping pages. The library feature on the iPad can keep 1000s of books in place,so I have something in that 3 hour doctor's appointment wait, instead of reading year old magazines.
There is an idea for a candle then. Book scented candles and a tablet pc lol
An e-book just does not have the same blessed smell of a new book being opened for the first time.