Yes, I graduated from it. I don’t know if it’s nostalgia or laziness (my husband thinks I’m resistant
to change) but it can’t be too extreme or I wouldn’t be typing this- I’d be writing on my slate.
I’d just rather cut and paste with actual scissors and glue sometimes or hold a musty book I can feel the pages of rather than use a kindle. I prefer cd’s to satellite, albums to cd’s, and a good conversation over a text.
Diatribe over, I just needed to unload a 365 here.
Oh, I know that feeling of nostalgia so well. I say that even tho I have a Kindle and really love it. Sometimes I miss turning the page, or flipping back several pages without having to press buttons, or the smell, as you said. Using the Kindle is convenient for travel, but I do miss the old way. I also miss the clackety-clack of typewriter keys, but I wouldn't want to go back to that.
Aww typewriter keys! I used one to type up scholarship appications and that was it.
Actually, Kindle would be really cool if you can get out of print stuff that you'd never find on Amazon.