A Clarification


When we say that this blog is about what people are reading on public transportation, we generally are referring to the passengers, i.e., the people who are not actually navigating the train, bus, or trolley. 

However, it seems this admittedly subtle distinction escaped the attention of at least one Oregonian bus driver who had come out decidedly in favor of the Kindle in our previous ruminations regarding e-readers.

I can’t really tell if Lahcen Qouchbane (yes, really)  is actually reading the Kindle or not, but a dashboard probably isn’t the best place to place reading material.  Though I must admit, I’m a bit impressed that one could actually read the print on the Kindle given the distance to the dashboard, and the ambient light that appears to be reflecting from it. 

[Story from OregonLive.com]

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