I used to love reading on paper. And then I tried a Kindle. Now I am back to paper.
Note for Kindle Lovers
Yes, the Kindle feels even more like paper and not only because of its non-reflective display technology but its weight, insignificant power consumption, etc. However, today’s “paper” also has to let me browse the web, run apps, support color and touch/gestures, etc. Unfortunately, the Kindle is brain-damaged in those dimensions.
Worse than that, the Kindle is locked into the page-flipping model. This is an unfortunate limitation imposed by its current display technology.
So, for now, I am switching to the iPad.