25 short, sometimes funny and sometimes mean stories ideal to rediscover the joy of reading a book as shiny and beautiful as a brand new cell phone.
A look from a distance at the absurdity of our present day lives: fights with the less and less comprehensible equipment, pursuit of the latest technological news, pitfalls of our modern lifestyle, useless inventions and issues racing in all directions at a breakneck speed.
A lot of entertainment and a little food for thought. Just perfect for the moment when you’re finally bored with exploring the alarm settings on your new iPhone.
Nick Name’s Password Incorrect is a selection of short stories addressed especially for iPhone users. The book was designed to be downloaded for free to iPhone, which among its many other features seems to be also a great e-book reader.
Opposite to devices specifically designed for e-book reading, which still look unattractive and suffer early stage problems, iPhone with it’s large color screen, smooth interface and millions of users around the world has the real power of rediscovering the pleasure of reading books – so that we could hear a louder “bye, bye” to paper.
The time for the reader’s change of mind is perfect. With Stanza application, which allows to read books in ePub format on iPhone/iPod and Feedbooks’s Online Catalog of free publications, a typical gadget-hunting, forward-looking consumer, who perceives reading paper books as an outdated way of spending time – can rediscover book reading, and even more – reinvent it.
[excerpt from press release]