Those of you born in the 2nd millennium or the last few years of the last millennium may not realize that the modern computerized way of life haven’t always existed.
Before the days of kindle and such gadgets you had to actually get up, get dressed and then go out and purchase a book in order to read it. You couldn’t roll over in your bed and pick up a copy of the latest book you wanted to read if you hadn’t stopped by a book store on the way home.
Imagine that sameness of the present day predicament; if Kindle didn’t exist in this age of quarantine.You would have to re-read whatever you have on your shelf and be happy, but with Kindle you can read until you fall asleep and wake up and still have more to read.
Kindle has been a great tool during quarantine.
And like I said, no, I haven’t just discovered that. Amazon released the Kindle, its first e-reader on November 19, 2007 for $399. It sold out in 5 1/2 hours. The device remained out of stock for five months until late April 2008. That’s how long I have known how useful the tool is. 🙂