Not quite 24 hours, more like 18 hour, but much of this has been spent in the company of my Kindle.
Had it been back lit I might still be in bed. Once upon a time (twenty years ago) when my bed was my own I’d wake, read for an hour, then go back to sleep. Because I have to get up, I do.
It amuses me that I bought the stand it is resting on in 1982. My girlfriend at the time thought I was wasting my money. Here it still is. It pays to by something that will last.
The A5 Pad of Cartridge paper is meant for drawing, though it sometimes will double up for notes and mind maps.
Had I a Kindle at the time I would have the Kindle version of Media and Communication Technologies. For H800 I have read the introduction and conclusion and can draw on my notes done the old way: into a notebook, then typed up and blogged or stores in the MyStuff eportfolio.
The only book I have on the Kindle is this.
Excitement and ease of use has got me through five chapters in as many hours.
Kindle joy is here
The highlight tool is spot on, as is notetaking. I would have preferred a stylus, as my old PDA, but guess this would make it more expensive. Low cost is a factor (at least low enough).
The default images are a thing of joy and beauty. I recall seeing Mark Twain, Jane Austen and various pages from illuminate manuscripts and pages of animals from Victorian engravings.
I subscribe to How to Change the World on a 14 day trial. It starts with this. A lecture by Randy Pausch, age 48, an inspirational educator … months before he dies from cancer.
I’ve watched this through once, and will watch it several times over and take notes before I am finished. Randy Pausch has some inspired things to say and share. It will reduce you to tears and inspire you to be a better person and do great things.