Some blogger or columnist asked a perceptive question about what Nitflix (Netflik in the singular?) has sat longest unwatched on the coffee table. (Lots of votes for Hotel Rwanda) There may be an equivalent Kindle phenomenon, i.e. a worthy book one has long meant to read and now with the Kindle one by god will. But doesn’t. The NemoKindle has no such orphaned works at present, but one is slightly embarrassed that the electronically weightiest work currently on the home page is Jared Diamond’s 1997 Guns Germs and Steel. One is actually about two thirds of the way through and liking it very well (it turns out cultural hegemony has everything to do with fortunate continental drift) but one does not blitz through the way one does, say, a Lee Child. And then there has been the pleasant-but-distracting-from-non-fiction discovery that the Kindle editions of the listed newspapers are not only ink-free, leaving no grubby fingers, but (except for photos) complete in a way that the on-line editions are not. And they don’t hog near as much space on the Nemotic placemat as the lumpen Dell laptop.