I caught up on AfterElton. I wrote in the e-reader forum about the Sony 350 and the Kobo Touch. I've been pleased with the Kobo Touch. I don't think it's quite as intuitive to use as the 2010 Sony Touch editions are, but I learned to use it pretty quickly, and it's easy to use. I love the font size choices. When I've used it, I've been making the font size for epubs a little smaller. You get a lot of options of font size. Epubs are easy to read on the Kobo. The "quilted" style back of the e-reader is very nice, too. I find it comfortable to hold, and the e-reader is lightweight.
The Sony 350 hasn't been any challenge to use for reading on it. It takes a while to boot up, and yesterday when I was trying to load a few books on it and get ready to leave, I went against my better judgement and started an update for it. That was taking a while. When I hooked up the 950, it apparently knocked the 350 off the updating, and the 350 went off, or was stuck in some boot-up mode that made the screen blank. I put it on the charger, took the 950 with me, and left.
When I got home, I got the 350 working again. I got a couple of books loaded on it, saw that I could read them, and turned off the machine. I'll see how it works when I try to turn it on again.
Well, I got out of the house and got some things done, though the weather wasn't that great. I have lots to read, and several machines to read them on.