Apparently, if you’re a Kindle owner with a magazine subscription, and you decide to stop subscribing, the back issues you previously downloaded are also lost—for good.
I can honestly say that one day soon eReaders will replace phyisical books. Just based on pure convenience, and ease of use. I myself had a few reservations about getting one of these devices for I thought I’d miss little things like: turning pages, feeling the weight of the book, or just flat out having the physical copy.
I use my Kindle 3 almost every day. I’d even say it was one of the best purchase I’ve made recently. I do however recommend looking over the details of at lest the major eReaders, for they do very lest slightly. The things they sold me on the Kindle where: a one month battery life, digital ink, and a sturdy build quality.
The Kindle Lending Club was launched in public beta on Friday, aiming to help “match borrowers with lenders.”