Reading is the cheapest way to travel.
I caught “Fucking Blog Herpes.” (Update, 3-4-13, I caught it from Sunny Days in DC who came up with that awesome title for her post. I am not that clever! See her link. It’s the one that says “Fucking Blog Herpes.”)
Don’t worry. It’s okay. This is the good kind, not the kind you get on spring break in Mexico. I don’t mean for that to sound bad. I just knew a lot of people in college who got STDs in Mexico while on spring break. That’s all.
So, thank you to H. Stern from Sunny Days in DC! And, because I am lazy, I am just going to cut and paste to explain what this is:
In the post, “Technology Doesn’t Always Make Something Better”, I get into what I love and hate about my Kindle.
There is one point of awesomeness I neglected. And, like most ideas, I remembered it in the shower.
I love / hate my Kindle.
It seemed like such a great idea when I ordered it 2 1/2 years ago. I was all like, ‘I can have my entire library with me, and I don’t have to carry a tree around. Super duper!’ And, ‘I will save so much money on buying new books, even super duper-er!’
And it was great, at first.
But there are things I miss.