Wired Magazine has a fascinating piece about the rise of the netbook:
For years now, without anyone really noticing, the PC industry has functioned like a car company selling SUVs: It pushed absurdly powerful machines because the profit margins were high, while customers lapped up the fantasy that they could go off-roading, even though they never did.
And Richard Cobbett’s posted a great piece about the Kindle and ebooks in general:
I’m aware that there are some people who will happily read a novel on the iPhone. These people are crazy.