Very similar to what I went through :)
Not the Kindle! It's the one ereader that you can't read library ebooks on.
I must add, I bought a Nook, because it is library friendly and even lets you loan books to friends. Neat concept!
Strangely - a lot of my library science friends have the Kindle. I guess I'm a lot more likely to purchase a book for an E-reader than I am to borrow it from the library - I don't like having a limited amount of time to read things in most cases - I own a lot of books (close to 1,000 at the moment). Hopefully Overdrive and Kindle will eventually work something out - electronic rights management is a huge pain...
I don't begin to understand the electronic rights management. Way over my head. BTW, we've gotten lots of positive email about your episode. One even says you should be a regular guest host! Thanks for LAFing with us.
This was a good episode for me. I can really relate to not wanting to be an atheist. I fought it for years. I wanted the myth to be true, but after a while, I couldn't keep up the fight in my head any longer.
This is uncannily similar to my life. The only difference is I told my parents about my disbelief in Christianity. It has been a very painful process and knowing I have someone to relate to is encouraging. Please continue the podcast--it's been a wonderful resource!