Why I’d buy a dedicated e-book reader if somebody invented a good one

I’ve just received my monthly threat from the newsagent, and it seems that my newspaper habit – that is, my one daily newspaper and two sunday newspapers – is costing £12.55 per week. Given that nine times out of ten the paper doesn’t turn up until I’ve been up and about for an hour or two, I’m spending £652.60 per year to read things I could get for free via RSS. And that doesn’t include the extra newspapers I tend to buy at lunchtimes, or my seriously scary magazine habit. Eek!