The Ohio River Story - Part I (GM-23)

River Story


Wolf River Story - Big Horse Creek Farm

Congratulations to the editorial team for this stirring Indus story and to Dawn for presenting the subject so well. This brings culture and history together as a rich foreground to the story that is otherwise treated as a natural resource subject, or as a 'development' topic, or as an engineering tale. Your river story is about people and the waters they have lived beside, and it has been handled with a rare sensitivity. Very well done.

When I said this e-reader is only good for reading, I meant it. There are no games, picture viewing options, and hardly any general options in the setting menus. This is as bare bones as you can get for an e-reader and considering it is on even par with the Nook Simple Touch, Kobo Touch, and Amazon Kindle, the choice is clear. The software on the iRiver Story HD is lacking to say the least. It offers zero flexibility in crafting your e-reading experience. The only glimmer of hope is that Google sent us an email today saying Google Books is coming to Canada soon. I will believe it when I see it, since Google also promised Google Merchants in Canada for Google Checkout, 3 years ago.

Yadkin River Story | A River of the People

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Clearwater Presents: The Hudson River PCB Story

The Google Bookstore for non-USA based customers is nonexistent. They sell this device in the USA at Target for a reason. You can only shop and download free or paid books if you reside in the United States. If you live outside you can’t even download the free books. Instead you are prompted to visit the Google Book Store on your PC under the same email account you use with your iRiver Story HD. When you purchase books on your PC they can be synced to your Story. I found this entire process rather woeful. Google is trying to compete with other companies on the ebook front and only allow USA customers to partake in book buying on the iRiver e-reader? I hope Google realizes that people do like to read outside of the USA. Terrible.

The iRiver Story HD uses a Linux based operating system for the basis of its software. It allows for a stable and robust OS and we did not notice any crashes, aside from when the firmware update was pushed to us during the initial setup. This was due to us having a long WIFI password and with the update, a limited the number of max characters.