Gary P. Fiber
gfiber at comcast.net
Thu Feb 3 17:47:17 PST 2011
Picked up a color Nook this evening at a B&N Store in Northgate. They
did not seem to know anything about clamping down on the device, but I
guess they also would not admit to it.
Now I have a Color Nook I need to go find a Cranny.......
Just charging it up and setting up the wireless.
On 2/3/2011 1:43 PM, Bob Nielsen wrote:
> The local Wal-Mart is out, but the Silverdale B&N seemed to have a large supply (they sold 3 yesterday in the time I was there).
> On Feb 3, 2011, at 1:31 PM, Jeremy McDermond wrote:
>> Get your Nook's now:
>> "The latest rumor, once again courtesy of Good E-Reader, is that the reason for the temporary unavailability is that Barnes& Noble is in the process of installing an anti-rooting "fix" for the Nook Color because people have been hacking the device to run a custom version of the Android-based firmware."
>> On Feb 3, 2011, at 11:11 AM, Bob Nielsen wrote:
>>> I loaded it and it appears as 69 separate books :(
>>> I'm still way down on the learning curve, so maybe there's a way to make it behave after I get a bit more used to the Nook.
>>> On Feb 3, 2011, at 8:46 AM, Gary P. Fiber wrote:
>>>> Have you loaded the ARRL Handbook on your NOOK yet? If so how is it to view?
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