This morning Amazon sent me an email with a few books on education that their system thought I would be interested in. I agreed and decided I wanted to buy these books from the Amazon website. Then I looked at the shipping bill and said “hold it.”. I called my son who has my Kindle. I got it from him for Christmas and never used it, since most of my reading was in foreign languages at that time.” I want my Kindle back, and while your at it please try to buy these two books for me” I said. Detto fatto. The books were bought. Then Mark gave me back my Kindle and I read the two books. I think of how much time I would have had to spend in stores, or waiting for my package from Amazon. Wow! And I thoroughly enjoyed reading on the Kindle once I got used to it. I will be buying more books this way. Less clutter on my shelves. This is especially convenient for “information” books as opposed to “treasure” books. I only wish they had foreign books and LingQ so that I could work on my foreign languages. Perhaps in the future. The books were Liberating Learning and The Future of Learning Institutions in a Digital Age.