I had my first exposure to computers and programming at the tender age of 10, in 1973. I started my first professional position, in my 2nd year in University, in 1982. I was doing tax returns on an IBM PC-XT with two floppy drives and no hard drive. Today, I have a completely mobile office running laptops and no desktops.I have a habit of dabbling in the latest tech toys. When looking at the various e-readers, I found that, for myself, e-ink put too much strain on my eyes. So, when I read about the Pandigital Novel on Engadget, I just had to give it a try. I have already upgraded the internal memory and plan on doing the hack when time permits. So far, I'm lovin' it!