Supreme Court Showdown: iPad v. Kindle
In a recent interview with C-SPAN, Justice Elena Kagan confessed that she reads many of her court briefs on her Kindle, where, presumably, she can ponder society's thorniest legal questions in stark black-and-white. The always colorful Justice Antonin Scalia, on the other hand, is more of an iPad man. Both justices admit that they still read many of their briefs on old-fashioned paper, and that the e-readers only complement their workload. Nevertheless, a bitterly divided bench is never good for the American people, and can be particularly devastating for the forgotten victim in all of this: the Nook lobby.