I’m torn between a Kindle and a Nook. The sole advantage of a Nook, near as I can tell, is it’s compatibility with public local libraries.
Which, to me, seems like a huge advantage.
But only if the process works efficiently. My library is going to start offering ebooks through overdrive.com on March 1.
A few questions come to mind:
If you have had such experience, has it been satisfactory? How, exactly, does it work? How about book availability? Do you have access to the book for just a limited time? Are current books available?
Is overdrive.com the standard for library ebooks?