Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by TSS Taylor, Oct 13, 2008.
My friend has a kindle and she loves it.
:jj: I do love it and recommend it to any other geek readers out there like myself.
If you've even considered buying it do it now it's the best present I ever bought myself:bigthumbup:
In 1995 I told my English teacher in Class who's father owned a chain of bookstores that someday people will read books on little electronics devices. I was told nothing could beat the feel of a paper book in a tub.
You were a maverick even then charlie :jj:
thanks for starting this thread doll I hope there are other kindle users here.
you are the bestest of the best :lick:
Wow, just like John McCain and Sarah Palin. I am totally impressed!
You big ole Maverick! LOL
:hah: thanks for getting the joke :Smiley_wink:
now do you have a kindle? huh?? huh? huh?
LOL, okay I have to confess, I have NO kindle.
It's a shame I have to quit you just when I started to like you :jj:
Honestly, where do you get these? How does it work? Come on share, share!
I might have to get one! Then will you like me again! hehehe
If you like to read books, newspapers etc it really does kick ass...it's the first product Amazon rolled out on their own. It's a little pricey but if you read a lot like I do it'll pay for itself...new bestsellers are half price I read 2-3 books a week so it's cost effective for me
Damn, that thing is sweet! I read a good bit. I bet that thing would be fantastic for reading in bed at night prior to going to sleep.
You may have just turned me on to something. I am thinking about my sister, my Lord she is like you she reads 2 - 3 books a week too.
Wow thanks for the info
It really is cool. You can load your MP3 library on there too and listen to music or whatever whilst you read.
Can you read DRC forum on that thing? LOL
LOL nope they worked smart the only site you can visit online is Amazon's site as far as I can tell but it really is cool as heck.:twisted:
I'd love to have one but I never read books anymore (I should really start again, I used to read 2 novels a week). But now I have so many toys who has time to read books, between my laptop and the internet, ipod,SL2, PSP, PS3, Wii, Directv HD service with DVR and Sunday ticket Superfan, Football season in full swing with my choice of every NFL game in HD and almost any college game I want to see; there is not enough time in the day. It's amazing I still get bored! I can even watch the NFL online if I'm not home. Gotta draw the line somewhere:Smiley_wink:
Too much DRM, and too many buttons. I don't want a typewriter on my electronic book. I just want a book. And I want to be able to share it with friends when I'm done.
I have been toying with buying a Kindle but the price pint is still too high to justify based upon my reading.