Before we get into last week’s poll, I owe all of you an apology. It seemed that due to some script glitch, the poll itself disappeared from the page a day after it was published, meaning only a handful of you got to vote before it was gone. Therefore, the results we got for this poll are not as accurate or as representative of our readers as they usually are. What can I say, no one’s perfect!
In the 24 hours the poll was around, over 200 of you managed to vote. Here is how you voted:
8% say they use BitCoin often, 13% have used BitCoin once or twice, 31% never used BitCoint but want to, and 48% have never used BitCoin and are not interested in trying.
Who knows what would have happened if the poll actually stayed around the whole week? We’ll just have to repeat this poll in a while and see what we get.
Comment Of The Week
Even though the poll wasn’t around to vote on, you guys outdid yourself with some really interesting comments. I’d like to give an honorable mention to Tech S, Joe and Robert O who all wrote comments worth reading. If I had more than one t-shirt to give away, you guys would have won one easily!
After much debate, the winner of best comment for last week is chris j! While Chris didn’t write a long and elaborate comment, he managed to give an interesting perspective to the subject in just a couple of sentences. For this comment, Chris wins Comment Of The Week:
well I have read all the comments. What I want to say is, when paper money was introduced instead of the gold coins or copper coins (based on the value of metal), There was a lot of objections but eventually paper money or coins wilth legal value dominated the market. Bit coin(e-money) Is the future, many will criticise it but I feel that this will be the next factor which will control world economy.
How Many Books Do You Have On Your eReader?
eReaders are an established fact in our world. While paper books are still abundant, even those who don’t own a Kindle or Nook will often read a book on their tablet or smartphone. eBook collections can range from a few books you bought on Amazon, to hundreds of free books you’ve downloaded from websites like Project Gutenberg. And this is what we want to know about today. How big is your eBook collection?
You can answer this poll even if you don’t own a designated eReader. Have a couple of books on your phone? That counts too! Have too many books to count? An estimation is more than enough. Let the voting begin!
Once you’ve voted, hit the comments and tell us what device you read your eBooks on. Where do you usually get your eBooks? How many of the books you own have you actually read? If you don’t own any eBooks, why not?
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