My 5th original Kindle died. The only glare-free option offered to me at a discount, as a very loyal Kindle user, was this second rate copy. Who ever thought that an interface that involves rubbing ones oil-laden fingers across your reading screen was a good idea? I know tablets and touchscreen smartphones are the most popular around. That still does not make them a good idea. Touch-free is available for WII and other devices. Also, it would really be nice to have a way to synchronize my replacement device to get all the contents and subscriptions from the dead device with ease rather that one at a time.
This book should be required reading for all lawmakers, all regulators, and everyone affected by their work. The only caution I would give is a medical warning. The true stories used to illustrate the author's points are likely to raise the reader's blood pressure to dangerous levels.