My love hate relationship with Amazon Kindle is continuing to develop, this is partly my professional interest as a bookseller with a physical bookshop, selling paper books, partly my interest in technology, but mainly it relates to my concerns about the damage to people's minds/brains because of screen use.
Today the wretched thing lost my place, much more difficult than losing your place in a conventional book. At the moment I am a Kindle novice, so I don't really know what is cause by my deficiencies and what is caused by it being just irritating.
The main thing I notice here is that the town centre hasn't collapsed, most of the shops are still open.
Link to the books we put out yesterday
lunch, sketch and food shopping at Quex Barn
Next time I'm there and I see the table empty around lunch I will try to do some more to it.
Don't get me wrong I'm not criticising Quex Barn in particular, the problem is the same at almost of of the good eating places. In many ways as much of an environmental problem as fossil fuel. You either wind up eating roughly double what is good for you of half of the food goes in the bin.