I am never an early adopter when it comes to technology, so I’ve been wary of the eBook trend, even though I received a Kindle as a Christmas gift several years ago. But now Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide is available in both Kindle and Nook formats so I felt I ought to give them a test drive. I must admit I’m pleased with the results, but I should also confess that it took time to figure out the secret to working with the book in these new platforms. When I first tried the Search function on a friend’s brand-new Kindle Fire, I was disappointed. It takes much more time than I’m accustomed to, though of course, I’m spoiled by the rapid delivery on the...
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