I railed against e-books about a month ago. My biggest issues were their cost and use of DRM. In the interest of doing my best to see the other side of things, I committed to reading only e-books for the rest of the month. And you know what? I loved it. I used the the Kindle and Stanza apps on my iPad to read e-books from Amazon and other storefronts. Because I have my iPad with me pretty much all the time, I found that I was reading far more than usual. Time that I’d normally spend playing a stupid iPad game was spent reading books. Read the full story at Business Insider.
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