When Priceton University announced its Kindle eBook reader pilot program last May, administrators seemed cautiously optimistic that the devices would be sustainable and serve as a valuable academic tool. But less than two weeks after 50 students received the free Kindle DX eReaders, many of them said they were dissatisfied and uncomfortable with the devices, reports the Daily Princetonian. "I hate to sound like a Luddite, but this technology is a poor excuse of an academic tool," said Aaron Horvath '10, a student in Civil Society and Public Policy. "It's clunky, slow, and a real pain to operate." Horvath said...

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