Check out my review of the Kobo eReader Touch Edition, on

Kobo eReader Touch Edition reviewAt $129, the Kobo eReader Touch Edition is $10 cheaper than the Nook Simple Touch and $30 more expensive than the Kindle Touch coming in November. With powerful font controls, a slim/light form factor, and ePub compatibility (allowing it to read the most universal ebook format, available through public libraries), the Kobo remains a compelling alternative (even though it may become less prevalent in the US market following the demise of Borders).

October 16, 2010
by Dave McClintock

My Review on Your New York Times Subscription May Pay for a Kindle

I just wrote my first review for Amazon Kindle (Third Generation, 2010 Version).  Take a look! Toward the end, I look to newspaper subscriptions as a good way to rationalize the purchase (in addition to an estimated overall savings of … Continue reading