This Is Not How You Should Handle E-Book Corrections

Comments

1
Does WiS write customer-disservice e-mails for Amazon now?

-random capitalization, check.

-subject/verb disagreement, check.

-utter lack of meaningful or usable content, check.
2
@1 no, it's the iPad and iPhone and Android "auto-correct" software that does that.

But thanks for thinking of me!
3
I'm pretty out of the book reader device loop. Do all of these reader devices allow the seller to go into your device at a later time to retrieve or alter content?

I'm so confused about how anyone could find that acceptable on any level in the first place...
4
@1 - WiS is a chatbot. I wouldn't say Cleverbot, because, well...

But in any case, his comments are computer-generated. The algorithms still need some refinement.
5
I think I'll just stick to the paper version, thanks.
6
If you read the Teleread comments you see that the update was optional and explicitly warned of the lost bookmarks. This is a complete non-issue.