10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Great way to read the Bee when traveling,
This review is from: The Sacramento Bee (Kindle Edition)
Waking up in a hotel room and reading your daily newspaper on a Kindle is a great way to go. You can download a single copy and take it with you when you leave your hotel without a lot of bulky papers to carry around. Did you ever try to read a paper copy of a newspaper on a plane without hitting the person next to you in the nose while turning the page? I never did learn the "bus fold" or "plane fold" way of folding the paper while reading where you end up with a origami frog or something by the time you finish. The Kindle is even better than that. You can read it in a small amount of space and you don't get ink all over your hands. And if you get interrupted and have to quit reading, the Kindle saves your place so you can go right back to where you were when you start up again. The Kindle also removes the old issue when you get a new one unless you choose to save it. So no taking out the trash with Kindle.
The Sacramento Bee contains a lot of information about what's happening in the state's capitol and the editorials and other commentary are usually interesting as well. The Kindle copies I've purchased had a lot of content and even some of the pictures, although they're in black and white. Actually, it's a pretty nice way to read the paper. If I didn't need the paper for the birdcages, I'd probably consider canceling the paper copy and subscribing on the Kindle.