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The Kindle Advantage


My Kindle device is at its best when I'm traveling. This short trip to Chicago illustrates the usefulness perfectly, as I have been bouncing back and forth between the latest Dan Brown book, The Lost Symbol, and an analysis of Richard III in Marjorie Garber's Shakespeare After All. I also have yesterday's International Herald Tribune available on the Kindle (though I canceled my subscriptions to Newsweek and The Atlantic, since I subscribe to the hard copies at home). And instead of lugging a small pile of paperbacks around Chicago, I had to drop the Kindle in my bag before I left. This helped me travel with nothing more than a backpack this weekend.


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