In a recent courtroom exchange, Justice PV Sanjay Kumar of the Supreme Court amusingly confused Amazon's Kindle reader with the popular dating app Tinder..The judge was sitting with Justice Aniruddha Bose as part of a bench that was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) petition to set up rural libraries and encourage reading among people in villages across the country so as to ensure holistic education and development of children..On January 3 this year, the apex court had issued notice to all states and union territories on the plea filed by Advocate-on-Record (AoR) Swati Jindal.Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Vikramjit Banerjee today informed the Court that plans were underway for e-libraries and digitisation of textbooks.In response, Justice Kumar remarked,"Mr ASG, the joy and feel of turning over a new page, where is it available on those digital readers - what do you call it? Tinder?"Banerjee corrected the judge and said that the device in question was, in fact, a Kindle."Yes. Tinder is a dating app," replied Justice Kumar with a smile..Thereafter, ASG Banerjee took the opportunity to emphasize that traditional ways of consumption have to change given how everything is now available in e-form."Nowadays everything is conveniently available in e-form. Be it Economist, etc. The way we consumed traditionally has to change my lords," he said.