The day Amazon read my mind
This mind reading story started in a banal way. I forgot my Kindle in the airplane seat pocket. Banal because I’m sure that happens all the time (it just hides in that stupid pocket) and because it was my third time.
But this time I did not get it back. Air Canada never found it. Good news: no one else seemed to find it either. I waited a couple days to see if anyone would buy a cornucopia of trashy fiction with my Kindle. Nope.
Anyway, I unlinked it from my account and was now in the market for a new Kindle. The last Paperwhite model was 9 months old. And there’s one lesson Steve Jobs told me. Never buy any Apple products 9 months after the previous launch. You’ll hate yourself in 3 months. Amazon’s previous releases had followed a similar pattern. And the latest rumors were hinting at a March release. So I decided to wait a bit.
6 months passed. March flew by....
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