Ann, thanks for reaching out. We're all blessed to have known Pete and shared life with him.
Thanks for the preview, Cam. I'd heard about this, but hadn't really looked into it much. Maybe it's just me, but I like being able to bend the pages back, see the stress marks in the spine, dog-ear pages, highlight and take notes. While Kindle gives me ease of access I don't like the tangible nature of having a book in my hands. I'm sure people said the same thing about reading newspapers on the internet, but reading a book is a much more timely process than just reading headlines.
Drew, Jim and Lisa - thank you all for such kind words. This past week our group of friends has been getting together to talk about all of our memories of Pete and last night I just did a free flow of every memory I had of him. God's been faithful in providing comfort to all of us.
Totally agree here, Cam. It seems that usability often gets a bad rap for putting restrictions on a concept. But, as you've pointed out, usability only makes the concept better and allows more people to experience the art that someone has created for them to enjoy.
@Ryan Thanks for the heads up for Thursday...I really want to see it again, so maybe I can get in! Have you seen it yet?