The past month or so, new e-reading devices have poured out of the — I was gonna say “woodwork,” but somehow that cliche doesn’t quite cut it — so I’ll say instead — are appearing like mold after a flood. There have been so many that I’m having trouble keeping them straight. But so far the only serious contender to Amazon’s Kindle is, near as I can tell, Barnes and Noble’s “Nook.” (Yes, if you use one, you’re enjoying nookie….)
So this excellent piece today at the Atlantic is helpful: A summary of the differences, pros, and cons of the two devices. Big tip o’ the mug to Dexter for sending the link my way.