Re: [NTLK] Goodbye

From: DWDMGUY <>
Date: Wed Nov 28 2007 - 10:21:19 EST

Thank you so much for your response.

I should have mentioned I have an iPhone 8Gig, but How would one read
with that
or the iTouch?

Now when you say convert doc's into a ebook could you please explain a
bit more?
In any event, would this solution be even better then the new Kindle.
(which is getting very bad reviews)

I like to read in bed, but having my MBP 17" on my belly is just not
comfortable for reading, movies yes, reading no.

Thank you again, I am very interested in why you stated don't sell the
iPod Touch short......


On Nov 28, 2007, at 10:11 AM, Goodwin, Greg P. wrote:

> The Newton 2000 can be useful for reading... a little bit of Newt's
> Cape
> can convert online webpages to books, there are eReaders that kinda
> read
> book files, and books themselves can be modified to work on the Newton
> using a desktop.
> My advice, don't sell the iPod Touch short. Saw one the other days
> and
> thing is fairly handy and with wifi support, is fairly more useful
> than
> I thought it would be.
> So two options here.
> As for Newtons and reading, if you don't mind converting books, I
> always
> thought the Newton 100 had the best weight, feel, and form factor. I
> have been tempted in recent history to pick back up again a Newton 100
> or 110. They had a nice rubberized coating that was just nice, though
> kinda rubbed off in time too. :) Oh well.

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