There are some very nice titles available. Here is a sample of my reading list.
Pro Blogger – Chris Garrett
Million Dollar Consulting – Alan Weiss
Who Stole My Cheese -Ilene Hochberg
Morals and Dogma – Albert Pike 33o
On Writing – Stephen King
Yes, the screen is a bit small, yes the platform is limited… For example I can not download Magazines and Newspapers. But its cool. Add the Kindle capabilities to my Audible account, and I am good to go on reading material. Which is a good thing, since finding English Language books in Costa Rica can be a challenge.
I gave up my iPhone a couple weeks back and moved to a Blackberry, but I bought a 32 GB iPod Touch while in Guatemala back in November of last year, so I am all good. Love the Touch.
One of the things I love about the Touch is that it gives me the same type of capabilities of my old Palm Handhelds (And isn’t that a sad story), with HUGE memory and functionality enhancements. I used to be an absolute Palm fanatic, until they pushed unstable operating systems, and unstable products (Think Palm Lifedrive… Which had HUGE potential, if it would only work for more than a couple of hours without rebooting.)
The touch has become a very cool multipurpose tool for me. Combine it with Mobile Me, and I have a fairly reliable Push solution for my Calendar, Email and Contacts. Its actually over the top cool.
But this is not about my iPod, its about Kindle for the iPhone/iPod. And what I can tell you is that I carry a pretty nice library in my pocket, along with a quite nice PDA and Music/Video player that simply rocks, and does not get knocked for a loop when the calendar changes.