David Amerland

1. "We're not one-reader-fits-all." Also See 10 Things Prepaid Card Issuers Won't Tell You 10 Things Baristas Won't Tell You 10 Things Electronics Retailers Won't Say When her Sony Reader's battery stopped holding a charge, Kelly (last name withheld for privacy) decided to replace it with a Kindle Touch. But she says she had to use illegal cracking software to transfer her e-books, which had been formatted so that they could only be accessed on Sony products. "They're my books," Kelly says. "I bought them. I don't see why I shouldn't keep them." Publishers and e-book sellers take a

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