There are 53-57 y.o women literature, anthropology and French professors at
major Ušs in the US (spread around the land) who have switched as a
supplement to their normalš paper-book read (plane/travel/coffee shop/rest
in the hamac...) ...that is my only genuine, authentic info...but I bet that
other Avians have other tales too...
...and these women have students... Why women wouldnšt get into it...in 09šs western society anywhere...from Finland to Singapore...from Montevideo to Kazan... I would contend that they would get into it faster than men in fact...with less inhibitions...
On 11/5/09 8:02 PM, "K. Elisabeth Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Yes, I think e-readers' convenience and light weight would make them ideal for
> travel but in that capacity they are still complementary, supplementary to
> books. The idea raised by several respondents here that the e-reader could
> replace most books entirely is disturbing for both reader and author.
> Do you think these 40-70 -something women would want to switch entirely to an
> --- In email@example.com <mailto:rara-avis-l%40yahoogroups.com> ,
> Mark Sullivan <DJ-Anonyme@...> wrote:
>> > My brother's wife (in her 40s) and her mother (in her late 60s or 70s),
>> both of whom read a lot, have been talking about wanting a Kindle since the
>> last upgrade. They've tried them in demos and think they will be extremely
>> convenient for traveling.
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