Writing on a Tablet

Some time ago, I wrote about my Android tablet, focusing on how it worked as an e-reader. My verdict at the time: As an e-reader stand-in, it's not perfect, but it's serviceable. It's much heavier than a Kindle or a Nook, and battery life is its biggest barrier to being a proper e-reader. I have … Continue reading Writing on a Tablet

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Thoughts on my Android E-Reader

A few weeks ago, I bought a Kindle Fire for my birthday, after trying out a regular Kindle for a day. Here's what I said about it: Friends suggested I get a Nook, an iPad, a Samsung... but the point of this exercise was to experience using a Kindle, currently the most popular such reader[...] … Continue reading Thoughts on my Android E-Reader

Thoughts on my Fire

My wife and I both love books. Looking around our home, I can see five bookshelves without leaving my seat, and there are seven others I could see if I got up and walked a few feet. Martha ordered herself a Kindle for business travel, and she enjoys it thoroughly. She uses it on the … Continue reading Thoughts on my Fire