|the device in question is visible centre-bottom,|
though this photo is really just an excuse
to show off my wine stash
But by the far the greatest part is, obviously, the possibilities it opens up. Not just because Project Gutenberg has 36,000 free eBooks: also because I've got many a chum who be an eWriter - or an Indie Publisher, or a Literary Communist, or whatever those yellabellies call themselves these days. I can finally read the eBooks of such literati as David Barron, Joseph Vasicek, and Jeff Ambrose. As a matter of fact, I have six eBooks of my own that I can finally read as they were meant to be!
AND DID I MENTION YOU CAN PURCHASE THEM HERE.
Anyway, this is a really cool little tool, and I'm pumped to have it - despite the fact that, being an obstinate young man who acts like an old man when it comes to technology, I would probably not have acquired one for myself until a few days after people starting uploading books directly into their cerebellums.
Onwards, to the future!