redhedlvr2: (Default)

Well, two out of three isn't so bad.  The big fat loser in the whole mess is Vista.  I AM the administrator!!  Let me administrate, damn thing.

Sony e-reader.  My God!  Why have I waited so long to buy this thing?  Ok, yes, I only have two stories on there so far, but I just bought it last night and I wasn't sure what I was doing.  I thought the smallish screen was going to bother me, but it didn't.  And with fic I imported in as rtf files I used a font size of 20 and it's all just so wonderful.  I got the cover with attached light too.  It's a little on the heavy side, but certainly lighter than a hardcover book.  I want to stay home and PLAY.

Fanfic.  Say buh-bye to all that paper.  I can reclaim my bedroom.  And spare room.  And a few folders I have stashed away under the sewing table.  I'll have all my favorite epic length fic in one wee little spot.  Just imagine, [ profile] cesperanza 's Nature Series which I read like every year, bam!  Right there.  I'm such a dweeb! 


Feb. 15th, 2007 09:26 am
redhedlvr2: (Default)
I like to re-read good stories.  I save favorite books and will read them again and again.  I also do the same with fanfics.  However, I print them out on paper so I can take them along anywhere or read in bed.  The problem is I am finding myself swamped with files folders stuffed and piled high with paper.  I feel fairly confident that many of you read certain stories over and over as well.  

My question is, if you are saving favorite stories, what type of media are you using?  Paper, laptops, discs, whatever.  I don't even begin to know what to list and am interested in hearing your solutions to the problem.


redhedlvr2: (Default)

May 2016

891011 121314


RSS Atom

Most Popular Tags

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Sep. 21st, 2017 10:35 am
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios