I always said I'd only read REAL books. You know, the ones printed on paper. :-)
Over a year ago my sister gave me a Nook and I find reading on it pretty easy. In fact, my favorite thing is to eat and munch and the Nook allows me to accomplish that without needing a napkin to wipe my fingers so I can turn a page.
Not only that, but there's a free iBooks app on my iPhone. I never thought I'd read a book on a phone...but I do. And it's easier than I thought it would be.
Reality came crashing in the other day though.
I was at school, waiting for my son's lunch to eat with him. I picked up my Nook to read...and got an ERROR message.
And suddenly I remembered why I love paperbacks so much. They're dependable. Resilient. Not reliant on batter power or software.
While I appreciate the electronics and will use them, I'm sticking with my first love. Paper and ink.
How do you do most of your reading? Why?