Re: [NTO] looking for ebook organizer (and have great movie cataloguer) - solved
- Torben Joergensen wrote:
>I whish I were on my way to Sweden. Then maybe we could meet over a cupThat's very nice of you, but I'm afraid I'm too shy for IRL
>of coffee somewhere, and I would gladly let you have a closer look at my
>jetBook Lite. It's not that I'm that far away as I live on the island
>Bornholm, but I have no errands in Sweden for the time being.
encounters anyway. ;-o)
>Also please understand that I had no intension to start some war whetherNo no, I didn't take it that way at all. Hope something I said didn't
>e-ink or a reflective TFT screen is the best choice for you. If you know
>what is best in use for you, I couldn't be happier -- I hope you
>understand what I'm trying to say here.
make you think so. I'm genuinely grateful for the information. You've
helped me a lot with this and given me a few new ideas.
All these portable things are mainly summer toys for me and the
summer is 7 months away. Come that time, maybe prices will be lower
and more stuff available in shops so I can check some out physically.
You've given me much to ponder until then.
BTW that eKitaab was rather nice but turned out to be abandoned.
Found two others that could work, simple but OK. eLibrary (another SF
project) and the freeware bookTome.