Jan Van Quirm wrote:Setting fire to books is the most heinous crime in civilised cultures
So I wouldn't have one of these silly things even if I was paid to take it off their hands. Just another stupid gadget and another nail in the coffin of a tangible and diverse pleasure. And that's not even touching on the issue the editing of someone's thoughts and creativity - it's just so wrong I can barely form words to describe how ugly and horrific that is.
swreader wrote:What do you think? Should books be "kindlized" and if so does the seller have the right to retrieve the book without notice?
poohbcarrot wrote:I have read this whole thread twice and don't understand it. What is a "kindle" book?
Tonyblack wrote:In this particular case Kindle sold copies of Orwell's 'Animal Farm' from a company that didn't have the rights to it. What really surprised Kindle owners was that the book was remotely deleted from their Kindle readers.
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