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je ne connais pas "Nook from Barnes" ?
I still like the feel of paper on my fingers.
I'm afraid I'm a littl old fashioned. I prefer the real book.
Neither! I prefer the old way of reading from books.
Have you looked in every NOOK and CRANNY?
I prefer printed books, but if I ever were to get an ereader, I'd lean more towards the Nook.
Eh? Is that a electronic book or whatyamacallit? I'm not sure whether I would like one of those. I love to be able to hold a book and turn the pages...
My dear mother-in-law gave me a Kindle last Christmas and I have enjoyed it. But, the price of books available for all book readers has gone up substantially, amd I hope comes back down, because I won't pay the same price for a book in electronic form as I would for a published one. I like the Kindle's features just fine except that the screen is not lighted in the dark. That was a conscious choice on Amazon's part and I think, as a reader, I would like the choice of a lighted screen to read in the dark. That said, I think the iPad and its future competitors will kill the market pretty much for the Nook, the Kindle and Sony's products. . . And you can read it in the dark as well as all the other computer functions and apps the iPad and its competitors offer. If they put a camera in the iPad, that would make it near perfect for a lot of folks to have an all-in-one mini computer/book reader. JMHO. :-).-Kim
None of the above. Nothing beats the tactile experience of a book
I haven't played with either, but I don't much like Amazon, so I'll go with the Nook!On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week! :)
I'm throwing my lot in with the 'real' book folks.
I want a nook where I can sit and read a real book!
Yes, what most people said; a real book.ROG, ABC Wednesday team
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