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    Kindle

    I'm strangely excited about this gadget, has anyone had an opportunity to use one?

    Wireless Reading Device

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    I can't read alot from a monitor. Makes my eyes hurt.
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    It probably causes brain tumors anyway (she says in a sour grapes sort of way.)

    $399!!

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    Amazing!!! What will they think of next??? If you're an ardent reader, sounds like this would be a great thing! But it sounds like it might also be expensive, at $9.95 a pop!
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    Holy feces, I missed that part!

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    that's pretty cool! I guess if I traveled a lot or something like that I'd get one because I LOVE to read and it'd be easier to carry that thing around than a bunch of books and stuff.

    but for day to day life I prefer doing things the old fashioned way.

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    Wow thats pretty cool, especially the online backup in case of theft etc..

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    Nothing will replace the weight and feel of a book in your hand or the way the pages feel in your fingers or the thoughts aroused in your mind when you glance at a book you have read on the shelf.
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    I've heard both good and bad about Kindle. Mainly about the pricing.
    Here's what Cnet.com says:

    http://reviews.cnet.com/e-book-reade...tag=prod.txt.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    Nothing will replace the weight and feel of a book in your hand or the way the pages feel in your fingers or the thoughts aroused in your mind when you glance at a book you have read on the shelf.
    will you stop posting stuff that makes sense...It isnt natural

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