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Old 12-22-2009, 08:03 PM   #4
desertgrandma
Enjoying the show....
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Originally Posted by anurag View Post
Not a surprising conclusion
Really? Not surprising?

I am not in a single category.

"Clearly, users of the current generation of e-readers are highly educated, upscale, and Internet savvy"


A huge raspberry here. I am none of the above.

This article perpetuates the idea that the average person isnt intelligent enough to use them, nor could they afford them if they were.

Its a book reader, people, not rocket science! All thats needed is a desire to read.

Period.
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