First of all I would say the name is very good, "PDF expert" straight away tells you what the app does. I personally had some experience about that. I used to use bitcommet for ptop downloading. After I switch to mac, I started using Vuze. Even though these 2 apps works exactly the same, I find using Vuze more painful that bitcommet. In the end , I think the reason is that, well Vuze with its blue frog icon, does not make me so certain that its function is to download stuff :D
K, that was just personal preference :D
Secondly, i think being able to connect to dropbox adds an immense amount of advantage to this app. It become a really great tool to catch up with project-related readings. Those readings usually do not require very indepth understanding, so can just happily read on bus and annotate those things you are not sure or stuff. Really really useful.
Another thing that caught my attention is that prof and Joshua was talking about things like books are going to get obsolete. I totally agree that part of the reason we buy this idea or not is related to our reading habit. Honestly I hate reading on my computer so , ya, i dun think books are going to disappear.
But there is a second part to the story. Digress a bit here, this reason is totally unrelated to how good the tools are that we use to read ebooks. But rather, books carries some value that other electronic devices do not.
Imagine you walk in some guys room, he has like 3 whole shelves of books. Ignore the factor of look :D what will you think about that guy? And imagine you walk in some guys room he has like 10 computers connected to each other, what would you think? Even if people do not read books anymore, it will not be the death of books :D Coz there will always be ppl buying Shakespeare act cute ma :D So I think books will be with us for a long time lah.
Thats about all I have to say abt PDF expert :D ty all :D