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Old 07-28-2008, 04:07 AM   #1
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Post Guardian article about e-book readers

The Guardian featured a largish article about e-readers. Author Naomi Alderman writes about her experience with the iLiad. A quote: "The story's still funny, moving and gripping and the iLiad quickly became almost invisible - surely what one wants in any reading technology." She's also got some gripes, of course. Peter Conrad, an Observer columnist, also describes his experience with the iLiad: "Reading on it left me feeling alienated from books I know well.". And of course, some skeptics saying the usual stuff but also some enthusiasts doing some enthusing.
They've also got a guide to e-book readers and a competition to win an iLiad.
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