Foxit has created the eSlick Store to accompany its adorably inexpensive eSlick reader. But why?
It's great and all that eSlick now supports ePub and eReader in addition to PDF and TXT. But why a separate store that hosts 60,000 available titles when you can browse Barnes & Noble's million-plus eBook inventory instead? Especially when that separate eSlick store is run by a B&N subsidiary? More choice is always great, Foxit. But redundant choice is just clutter. [BusinessWire via Engadget]