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sirwillard
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Re: [N1E]: B&N Supporting our N1E-Revisited

Yes, but "tagging" the sideloaded books as being on some shelf is not the same thing as storing/syncing the sideloaded books in the cloud :smileyhappy:. I don't own a Kindle, but I believe this is a feature they have.

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Re: [N1E]: B&N Supporting our N1E-Revisited

 


sirwillard wrote:

Yes, but "tagging" the sideloaded books as being on some shelf is not the same thing as storing/syncing the sideloaded books in the cloud :smileyhappy:. I don't own a Kindle, but I believe this is a feature they have.


I would love this functionality.  Love.  I just don't have much faith in getting it from B&N.

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sygram
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Nom-de-Nook wrote:

 

 *snip*

 the only non-fiction I read on my nook is the Bible.


I sense a new thread coming.... :smileywink:


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Re: [N1E]: B&N Supporting our N1E-Revisited

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Someone wrote:

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"I guess we will find out what MyNook is around the release date of the Nook STR."

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You know what gives me headaches?

 

I get a headache when I find an acronym floating around that seems to have no antecedent.anywhere to explain what it means.

 

I even googled "Nook STR" as an exact word order phrase and just as plain ol' keywords. Nothing really came up.

 

 it's OK when people use commonly know acronyms like USA and so on. We should know what they stand for.

 

But STR?

 

I need some help with this one.

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Nom-de-Nook
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Re: [N1E]: B&N Supporting our N1E-Revisited

STR = Simple Touch Reader

 

Which is the official name of the N2E

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ynot22
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I can't find a trademark for STR. And quite frankly, I can't find a single instance of B&N using "STR" anywhere in it's literature.

 

Google "NooK STR" as an exact phrase and then "Nook" and "STR" as simple keywords and tell me what you come up with.

 

I think if someone is going to create an acronym (I'm not saying you created "STR," perhaps someone else did) they should at least explain it when used the first time so there is a point of reference somewhere.

 

I wasted time looking for a reference as to the meaning of "STR."

 

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Nom-de-Nook
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You won't find a trademark or reference to N2E outside this board either

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Nom-de-Nook wrote:

 

STR = Simple Touch Reader

 

Which is the official name of the N2E


From all that I've seen, the official name of N2E is "NOOK". The phrase "The Simple Touch Reader™" is a trademarked marketing and advertising slogan, not a product name.

 

One clue: a trademarked name must be used (officially) as an adjective to a generic descriptive noun or noun phrase. Hence, "NOOK® brand e-book reader" or the like. "The Simple Touch Reader brand e-book reader" doesn't really work.

 

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Someone wrote:

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STR = Simple Touch Reader

 

Which is the official name of the N2E

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Oh please.

 

Above we have three different appelations for the same entity.

 

TJS and UAC give me a huge PIA.

 

(TJS = Techno-jargon slingers)

 

(UAC =Useless Acronym Creators)

 

(PIA = Pain in the ... ) 

 

If you couldn't tell, MIFFT, BIHWTTTDUA.

 

(MIFFT = Maybe I'm feeling fussy today)

 

(BIHWTTTDUA = But I hate wasting time trying to decipher useless acronyms)

  :smileyhappy:

 

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Re: [N1E]: B&N Supporting our N1E-Revisited

[ Edited ]

Someone wrote:

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You won't find a trademark or reference to N2E outside this board either

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This is probably true.

 

So why would someone create yet another name for it?

 

No comprendo. :smileysad:

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sygram
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ynot22 wrote:

Someone wrote:

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You won't find a trademark or reference to N2E outside this board either

_____________________________

 

This is probably true.

 

So why would someone create yet another name for it?

 

No comprendo. :smileysad:


Maybe they know you and just like pushing your buttons.


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sygram wrote:

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"Maybe they know you and just like pushing your buttons."

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IHN

 

(IHN = I hope not)

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Without some degree of chaos there will be no change in the established order.
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