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E-book Etiquette?

Discussion in 'e-books and e-readers' started by Sparhawk, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. Sparhawk

    Sparhawk Active Member

    Feb 20, 2013
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    Well as I have no intention of ever using those options on my read and I turn them off this isn't a problem for me :) but I can see that it could be for those of you that do use those options.

    lol hmm maybe that you like purple or that you read interesting and exiting books? My book cover is bright pink (not my first choice)!
  2. Conscious Bob

    Conscious Bob Well-Known Member

    Jul 8, 2012
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    Currently Reading:
    Barry Lyndon by William Thackeray
    That you like poetry by Jenny Joseph?
  3. sparkchaser

    sparkchaser Administrator and Stuntman Staff Member

    Aug 9, 2007
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    between the lines
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    I would equate it with the same level of etiquette as your smart phone.

    Speaking of which...

  4. amanda_ecj

    amanda_ecj Member

    Dec 22, 2006
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    Currently Reading:
    Deal Breaker - Harlan Coben
    I have to agree with some of the posts here mentioning the type of device you are using as an e-reader. I use a Kobo Glo and the only thing on it are my ebooks. So honestly if someone was at my house and picked it up to see what I had on it or what I was reading I would not be bothered by it at all.
    I do, however, read occasionally on my iPhone and iPad but I have a password on both so people can't just pick them up and look through it.
    But, again, for my Kobo I really wouldn't mind someone looking through it all. To me its the same as looking through my bookshelves or checking out a book on my table.

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