Take Control of Your Digital Legacy Author: Joe Kissell Publisher : TidBITS Publishing, Inc. Version 1.0. Price: $15.00 127 pages, ebook format ThereRead More
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No, I wasn’t looking for one of these. Ebook (eBook? ebook?) readers have always been seriously lacking in both design and function, as well as services. Kindle seems to be different, however. Perhaps you should take a look too, because Steve Jobs may have been mistaken when he said that nobody reads anymore.