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Old 01-15-2013, 10:08 PM   #62
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Point #1 is interesting to me. As one who is trying to declutter a lot of areas of my life, physical and digital, I personally find the idea to be abhorrent. I love the clean aspect of my device. I turn it on and have one cover-view screen of books, two at most. That's what I have... the one I'm reading and two or three to choose from next. I love the stripped down nature of the Paperwhite... it just IS... I open it, I read... I close it, I'm done... when I finish a book I delete it immediately and move on to the next, chosen from the very clean front page. Amazon seems to have borrowed a page from the same Dieter Rams book of design as Apple did, strip away everything that is not necessary leaving only the essentials. Pure, simple, clean.
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