A look at what owning an ereader does for the average person, who only reads seven books a year, and for the heavy consumer, who reads a whole lot more. The Wall Street Journal reports. The bottom line: if you read a lot of books, a dedicated ereader is helpful, if not, maybe not.
Publishers Weekly reviews the Kindle Three, and finds everything's to like. They do, eventually, get around to mentioning that the only shop you can shop at is Amazon, but f want a dedicated reading device, Kindle Three is leading the pack.
Why future ebooks will cost more than readers are currently used to paying and what constitutes a fair price, all at Caffeine Nights Publishing. No big surprises ere, but a useful marshaling of the facts.