On the Kindle Paperwhite

Justin Tadlock says:

The second complaint I have is mostly a non-issue when you spend 99% of your time actually reading. The Kindle isn’t quite as responsive to swiping and tapping as modern cell phones and tablets. I imagine this has to do with the technology being different and geared toward the reading experience. It’s fine when simply flipping to the next page in the book. But, on other screens, it’s a minor annoyance.

I actually find this one of the biggest benefits to the device. It’s only good at reading, even the built in GoodReads navigation is terrible. So you read without distractions.

I read 99% of the time on my Kindle and then purchase the books that stand out to me as needing a second or third reading.

Also Tadlock must be extra awesome because we both enjoy Brandon Sanderson.