I was scanning this morning’s news when a summary by Frédéric Filloux, a Guardian-UK reporter / blogger (is there a difference anymore?) caught my eye:
In the past 12 months, I’ve never bought fewer printed books – and I’ve never read so many books. I have switched to ebooks. My personal library is with me at all times, in my iPad and my iPhone (and in the cloud), allowing me to switch reading devices as conditions dictate. I also own a Kindle, I use it mostly during summer, to read in broad daylight: an iPad won’t work on a sunny cafe terrace.
There you have it. A “fully enabled” 3 device eBook aficionado who is probably does not realize the automatic sync-to-location feature has single-handedly changed his left.
Are you a 3 device junkie?
I am now.