My life is very unbalanced right now. It's been heavy on the TV, light on everything else. I haven't taken a nap since Sunday. But I'm finally putting up my KenDoll post here.
I decided to do it show-n-tell style, but my video ended up being something like 9 mins long, which is 9 hours in blog time. So I'm giving it to you in installments.
Part 1: The Paperlikeness of it
This is what the free KenDoll app for the iPhone looks like:
I just downloaded it. I doesn't do everything a KenDoll does. You can't buy a book directly from the app, only read the books you have already purchased through the KenDoll store via Amazon.com. Right after it downloaded, my copy of P&P was up. Again, you'd have to be pretty desperate for reading material, and in close proximity to an outlet, to want to read a novel on your iPhone. It's no replacement for a paperback, or a KenDoll. But hey, it's free.
Next up, what the KenDoll sounds like when it reads to you...