Amazon’s announcement of the Kindle Fire today threw down the gauntlet for both tablets and e-book readers. At just $199, it’s not much more expensive than previous e-readers, and it’s a heck of a lot cheaper than competing tablets.
In fact, you might be asking yourself: Why would I want a drab, monochrome E Ink reader when for a little bit more money I could get an awesome 7-inch tablet?… Read the rest
I bought a Nook Simple Touch a couple weeks ago, just in time for a vacation reading binge.
I can’t improve much on John Abell’s review for Wired, The Nook Nails It, as I agree with everything he says there.… Read the rest
E-books have hit the mainstream, and for the first time are consistently outselling their pulp-and-ink brethren, according to Amazon.com.
Amazon hit a symbolic milestone last holiday season, when for one day its sales of e-books exceeded the number of dead-tree books it had sold.… Read the rest
This week brought the pleasing news that people are reading more than ever, thanks to the internet.
In fact, the amount people read tripled from 1980 to 2008. That’s amazing considering it had previously been undergoing decades of steady decline.… Read the rest