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Old 12-09-2009, 07:25 AM   #15
LDBoblo
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Oh, good grief. We've got I-hate-nook-guy and I-hate-e-ink-guy in the same thread, at the same time. I'm constantly amazed at the lengths some folks will go to justify their own prejudices.
Haven't said anything overtly about e-ink in this thread. I've said elsewhere that I almost like the Nook. I'm not gonna get one for now, but if some of its problems get ironed out in the coming months, I'll definitely consider getting one for a friend back in the USA who loves walking around Barnes and Noble almost as much as she loves pretending to use her MacBook in Starbucks.

I think it's refreshing to see some of the not-so-great commentary tempering the hysteria around a device. It's a kind of sedative that perhaps some of the Ellen and Oprah fans around the world could use a bit more of.
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