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February 26, 2009

You can read with one hand!

Some of you may have seen this on the Daily Show the other day. Jon Stewart talks to the founder of Amazon about the new Kindle 2. I thought it was interesting and relevant to the class...and funny, of course.

Here's a link to the actual product.
Posted by      Joe V. at 11:30 AM EST


  Peter Z.  says:
That's a great clip, Joe, thanks. It's interesting how silly all of the Kindle's features sound when Jeff Bezos tries to describe them (read with one hand...ok, I guess. "electronic paper display"--what?!). I haven't seen a Kindle yet, but it makes me think that it's so different from a book that it becomes difficult to describe in terms and concepts that we associate with books.

Anybody have one?
Posted on Thu, 26 Feb 2009 11:45 AM EST by Peter Z.
  Rachel L.  says:
Morris and I have been trying to track one down - without much luck just yet! Apparently the library *used* to have some early e-books, but alas no longer do.
Posted on Thu, 26 Feb 2009 1:16 PM EST by Rachel L.
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