When it comes to technology, I've always considered myself an early adopter. I was using the cloud before it was really a thing, among the first with an Android phone, and I even got a Chromebook just to get a sense of what it could do.
I was, however, a hold-out when it came to eBooks.
I love printed books
For that reason, I never really embraced Amazon as a bookseller. I never got the "book vibe" from their website. It lacked the smell, and the ambiance, and the thrill of knowing I might find a new hidden gem.
Obviously, I never got a Kindle, or a Nook, a Sony Reader, or a Kobo, or anything else. To my way of thinking, they detracted from the "experience" that is reading a great book.
It turns out, I was wrong about eBooks
Back in December, I was lucky to become the owner of a new 2nd generation Nexus 7 tablet.