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Ebook geek problems

Problems not only ebook lovers will understand.

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Ebook geek problems No. 39 - Now, when we have the Kindle and the iPad, we’ve started reading printed books again.

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Now, when we have the Kindle and the iPad, we’ve started reading printed books again. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 38 - When you realize reading five ebooks simultaneously is not the right thing to do.

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When you realize reading five ebooks simultaneously is not the right thing to do. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 37 - I love ebooks, and I'm not afraid of showing it.

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I love ebooks, and I'm not afraid of showing it. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 36 - Kindle syndrome: switching between a couple of books during one sitting.

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Kindle syndrome: switching between a couple of books during one sitting. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 35 - My eyes hurt when I read on the tablet. The hell with it, I’m gonna finish this book.

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My eyes hurt when I read on the tablet. The hell with it, I’m gonna finish this book. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 34 Excited when the ebook I want to read is available on my library’s website

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Excited when the ebook I wanna read is available on my library’s website. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Terrible moment when Wi-Fi connection breaks while I download a new ebook to my Kindle.

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Terrible moment when Wi-Fi connection breaks while I download a new ebook to my Kindle. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 32 - I had a dream. I smelled the Kindle and it had the scent of an old print book.

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I had a dream. I smelled the Kindle and it had the scent of an old print book. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 31 - Ebook geek problems No. 31 - Every time I update the e-reader, I fear I’ll lose all the ebooks.

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Every time I update the e-reader, I fear I’ll lose all the ebooks. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 30 - My new obsession: finding free ebooks and packing them all into the e-reader.

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My new obsession: finding free ebooks and packing them all into the e-reader. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 29 - Strange feeling when you don’t like the passage highlighted by 100 other users.

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Strange feeling when you don’t like the passage highlighted by 100 other users. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 28 - I love print books. I hate when my boyfriend reads ebooks on his tablet.

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I love print books. I hate when my boyfriend reads ebooks on his tablet. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 27 - I hate when the free sample ends before the main character is introduced.

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I hate when the free sample ends before the main character is introduced. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 26 - My girlfriend and I decided to merge ebook collections. Problem is she a Nook, and I’m a Kindle.

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My girlfriend and I decided to merge ebook collections. Problem is she a Nook, and I’m a Kindle. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 25 - Playing with the settings of the book reading app every time a new update comes out.

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Playing with the settings of the book reading app every time a new update comes out. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 24 - When you want to finish one more chapter, but the battery wants to die right now.

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When you want to finish one more chapter, but the battery wants to die right now. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 23 - When a book reading app recommends you books you’ve already read in print.

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When a book reading app recommends you books you’ve already read in print. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 22 - 16 levels of display brightness is not enough. I need one more level between 12 and 13.

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16 levels of display brightness is not enough. I need one more level between 12 and 13. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 21 - I’ve made too many highlights in the ebook. Now I can’t find the most important one.

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I’ve made too many highlights in the ebook. Now I can’t find the most important one. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk

Ebook geek problems No. 20 - Imagine someone crying over the broken Kindle. That’s me… Oh, and you, too?

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Imagine someone crying over the broken Kindle. That’s me… Oh, and you, too? Shared by Ola Kowalczyk