When the specter of endless possibility stands before you, wide open, you realize how little your mind actually is.
Laughingly lifted from Language Log.
I’ve been meaning to pop by a Barnes & Noble ever since I’d heard they’d come out with a new monochrome Nook featuring a touch screen interface. Today is the first chance I’ve had, and of course the first thing I had to do is see how my new novel looks:
I think I’ve just found the eBook reader that would cause me to switch from my Kindle. Amazon is lucky that they were first to market and have so many people already invested in Kindle libraries, because they’d lose big time to this little beauty.
Oh, yes, I played with the color one as well, and it’s nice, but I wouldn’t choose that to read novels on, just like as I prefer reading on my Kindle rather than on my iPad.
It used to be where I kept my webcam, but I was never on it anymore. My photo blog used to be called PhoBloggery, but WriterCam.com suites it better. So the two have been consolidated.
Yep, that’s what I do on my day off.