Poguester shows no mercy to Nook

David Pogue’s NYT review contains this fun quote: “To use the technical term, it’s slower than an anesthetized slug in winter.”  Oh, and let’s not forget: “Those missing features are symptoms of B&N’s bad case of Ship-at-All-Costs-itis. But the biggest one of all is the Nook’s half-baked software.”  And “The touch screen is balky and nonresponsive, even for the Nook product manager who demonstrated it for me.”f