Monthly Archives: August 2012

Due to publisher restrictions . . . I won’t be buying this eBook

The above is an all too familiar message I receive after trying to enter Kobo Promo codes for discounts on their online eBookstore. I click to go to the checkout page, then I excitedly click the drop-down menu to see … Continue reading

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Sony PRS-T2 epic fail . . .

I must admit that I am still super bummed about the Sony PRS-T2’s lack of a real technical upgrade. There are so many things that Sony could have done to make their new reader stand out, but they seem to … Continue reading

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Where is eReading most popular?

Entering random search terms into Google Trends is something that never gets old. It’s a great way to figure out what is important to people around the world, and what types of information they are seeking out. Using this Google … Continue reading

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My iPhone 4S is too small

My iPhone 4s is just too small. The 3.5 inch screen might be good for navigating through texts and making phone calls, but when it comes to web surfing, eReading, and video watching, it leaves much to be desired. Recently … Continue reading

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Somethings eBooks can’t do . . .

While I have fallen in love with and embraced eBooks and eReaders over the past few years, there are some things that these innovations just aren’t able to reproduce. I can only get so much out of the artwork and … Continue reading

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The Failure: Sony’s new PRS-T2

Disappointment. That is the first adjective I would use to describe how I feel about the new Sony PRS-T2 eReader. Someone at Sony must have forgotten to mention that when companies release an upgraded device, they are actually supposed to … Continue reading

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A bit of Kindle hyperbole

Hyperbole – n. exaggeration, overstatement. Every now and then I will re-post some total tech baloney for your amusement. Whether it’s false reports of a Kindle with a color E Ink display, or a bogus specifications claim, find unbelievable posts … Continue reading

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Apple vs. DoJ Lawsuit

Yesterday, Apple Inc. filed a “memoradum of law” with the New York federal court presiding over the Department of Justice’s collusion case against the “Big Six” publishers and Apple. This was a revealing (and mercifully short) statement of protest against … Continue reading

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A different kind of eReading blog…

Welcome to E Ink / E Read. This blog is under construction. I am hoping to create a resource for eReading enthusiasts and tech junkies alike by providing commentary on eReader news and product reviews. I write not from the … Continue reading

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