|06-20-2010, 11:24 AM||#46|
Join Date: May 2010
cheap and solves a problem
In the past I've been a techie but I can't be bothered anymore. I read all free books from Gutenberg or the public library etc. I read textbooks as PDFs (I found reading them as landscape is most comfortable, I can zoom in)
I don't bother with style sheets. Just like real books have issues, so do some of the e-books. I hold the ereader a little closer.
Frankly I'm pleased that the Kobo people acknowledge issues and work on fixes. If they release the firmware update on time, kudos to them.
I really don't get all the chest-beating anxiety on this site. if you have buyer remorse, return it. If you can appreciate what it has to offer, fantastic. Reporting issues is certainly important... but constant harangues only keep you miserable. Get a grip on your anxiety or you'll have a stroke.
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