- — rgwilli128 (@rgwilli128)Thu, May 26 2011 07:28:26@alexismadrigal Prefer reading novels on Kindle (easier to read in bed, outside). Non-fiction I often use iBooks, feels easier to reference.
- — tomstandage (@tomstandage)Thu, May 26 2011 07:30:15@alexismadrigal On Kindle, because then you can read it on almost any platform (iPad, iPhone, Kindle, PC). Also, bigger choice than iBooks
- — tomstandage (@tomstandage)Thu, May 26 2011 07:31:10@alexismadrigal Of course, Kindle books may soon get more expensive so Apple can have 30% = unfair boost to iBooks. But you know that
- — alexismadrigal (@alexismadrigal)Thu, May 26 2011 07:33:03I use Kindle for most things because of cross-platform compatibility. But I wonder if I'm missing out on any iBooks whizbang.
- — robpegoraro (@robpegoraro)Thu, May 26 2011 07:40:26@alexismadrigal You're not. Although color graphics are far more common in iBooks, it's got the same limited font palette as Kindle.