• http://soirish.wordpress.com irishprecious

    I love ebooks, they’re convenient and free.haha But my resolution in reading nowadays is to buy real books. Nothing beats holding and flipping the actual pages. :D

    • http://www.alpsaguado.com/ Alps

      HAHA, well, you’re not alone in the pool of people who likes holding and flipping actual pages. Well, you can see your books flip in iBooks! ;)

      • http://soirish.wordpress.com irishprecious

        But it’s still not the same.:( I like the smell of old books and even the new ones. I even miss getting paper cuts. You don’t experience that with eBooks or iBooks. :))

        Hope to see you guys soon. I miss the Gang.

  • http://www.clevearguelles.com cleve

    Uyy! Classics! :) Boring ang The Republic. :))

    • http://www.alpsaguado.com/ Alps

      HAHA, I just downloaded for fun–I’m pretending to be a political science geek, ye know.

  • http://barrycyrus.wordpress.com Barry

    Err, not an actual fan of ebooks here. Especially with my deteriorating eyesight (I relish at the thought of using the word “deteriorate,” parang matanda lang hahaha). And nothing beats offline reading, the original reading :)

    Anyway, awesome CV sort of pdf you have! haha ikaw na alps!

    • http://www.alpsaguado.com/ Alps

      HAHA, I actually, I just might join you for fanboy-ing Real Books. I know the feeling of holding a real one. ;) LOL, my CV would mean nothing until I get a decent job! Haha.

      • http://barrycyrus.wordpress.com Barry

        I know right!

        I’m so pressured. On second thought,my father just called from the province telling me to tone down the crazy about job-hunting :/

  • http://extraordinarykiddo.com/ Bryan Karl

    I totally forgot to upgrade my iTouch to the iOS 4 haha until I read your post. Hehe. The iBooks app is interesting. The free ebooks are very interesting. :))

    • http://www.alpsaguado.com/ Alps

      Yes, especially because they are The Classics. <3

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