In “Random thoughts about the Kindle,” Seth Godin suggests three ways the Kindle could improve the “act of reading a book”:
* Let me see the best parts of the book as highlighted by thousands of other readers.
* Let me see notes in the margin as voted up, Digg-style, by thousands of other readers.
* Let me interact with hyperlinks and smart connections not just within the book but across books.
What suggestions do you have? How can digital books — or, more broadly, digital content — improve the reading experience? Please share your thoughts in the comments area.