It is just something a regular book can no longer place technology. I remember saying to my dad when my birthday was coming up that I was not interested in Kindle. But he kept his salesman pitch: "But the kids are still using them. It is latest thing since the Comodore or Pac-Man." I right away said, "No." I still said no is answer. So when my birthday came, guess what he brought me: Kindle. Something had zero use for. And when I did use it...I felt my eyes bloodshot and done away with it. And happily return to my books. Yes, the old paperback or hardcover.....never feeling the need for technology like E-books or Kindle. Something about the feel of an old paperback is just something that could never replace technology of today. It is one of those things that when you read a real book at hand, it is just that feeling that is certainly missed today. Yeah, with all the crazy technology we have, I still retort to the old books of paperbacks and hardcovers. It is just something about them that puts a smile to my face that Kindle or E-Books cannot. It is the feel of a real book. Anybody think about that at all? Just wondering or is it just me?