Dear Kindle 2,
Hey, baby, I love you, you know that right? So as I write this, please know that my love for you is undying. You were my first eBook reader, and everyone remembers their “first.”
I am in love with another. And like a bad romance novel…I love your sister, Kindle DX.
Now, before you freak out and delete all my eBooks, I want you to remember that I DO love you. (And, quite frankly, I paid for those books and I am planning to transfer them to DX as soon as she’s available this summer.)
Your sister Kindle DX…where do I start? I fell in love the first time her picture was leaked on CNet.
She’s thin and white, just like you. I can see the family resemblance. But she’s tall and really easy on the eyes, if you know what I mean.
And compared to your perfectly acceptable QWERTY keyboard, her ergonomically cute button keyboard seems so…I don’t know…futuristically relevant? Is futuristically even a word? I will have to check my Kindlictionary. Yes, good. Words matter.
Anyway, DX does things for me that you just refuse to do. And I have needs.
For example, DX supports PDF right out of the box. You may not think it’s a big deal to convert to PDF, but…she just knows how to do it automatically. I don’t even have to ask.
Speaking of needs, she can rotate my images just like my Apple iTouch. And while you hold an impressive 1,500 books…she’s deep enough to accommodate 3,500 books. I don’t know why that matters…since I don’t even have that many books…but I guess I am just impressed by girth.
Well, that’s it. Please don’t hate me. I do not hate you. I just found someone I like better. Don’t dwell on the fact that she’s younger than you.
There are so many things I will cherish about our relationship. And until DX comes out, I’d like us to remain “friends with benefits” okay?
More Kindle blogging by me:
- Kindles + Kids = 37 Billion Reasons
- Top 5 Things I’ll Pay for on the Web
- My First Self-Published eBook for Kindle
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