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Can The Kindle Be The Future Of Newspapers?

While a great deal of effort has been put into supporting a supposed opposition between eReaders like the Kindle and traditional paper publications, there are some places where paper just wasn’t really cutting it even before the eReader came along.  Specifically, I’m thinking about newspapers.  It’s practically become a cliche to point out that most […]

New York Times Kindle Access

Finally, the Kindle Edition of the New York Times has released full web access for Kindle and Nook subscribers.  The New York Times is one of the best newspapers in the world for many subject areas such as business and politcs.  I’m sure you are also familiar with their crossword puzzles. Now you have more […]

Kindle Subscribers get around NYT Paywall

Here’s a situation where it’s a pleasant perk to be a Kindle user.  This week, the New York Times implemented a system called the paywall.  It’s an interesting system they’ve come up with to be able to make some money from their digital deliveries.  Readers will be able to access their first 20 news articles […]

New York Times Crossword Puzzles – Kindle Edition

Crossword Puzzle lovers take note!  You can get 4 volumes of the New York Times Crossword on your Kindle or Kindle DX for prices as low as $1.99. Volume 1 Volume 1 includes 30 puzzles.  They are easy and a good set to start with before moving on to the more challenging volumes.  The puzzles […]

One Story for Kindle

One Story is available for Kindle and Kindle DX for $1.49 a month.  The schedule for this short story literary magazine is every three weeks, so in the long run, the price is pretty reasonable. One Story began in 2002, and has won many literary awards such as the Best American Short Stories, Best American […]

Opening the Kindle to Third Party Developers

The Kindle is great for what it does, but it is by design somewhat limited to Amazon’s vision.  I’ve written on this blog before about allowing third party developers on the Kindle.  It looks like with the upcoming holiday season, talk over whether Amazon should release an SDK has started again. New York Times makes […]

Amazon signs deal to give away a free e-book for Amazon Kindle customers – Free Kindle e-book via Whispernet

Amazon and publisher Grove/Atlantic from today will be giving away a free copy of the new novel “Spirit House” by Christopher G Moore to Amazon Kindle customers, beginning today Kindle owners can go to the Kindle page for “Spirit House” and download a free copy of the e-book via Whispernet. The electronic version will be […]

New York Times Best Sellers: 18 July 2008

Welcome to the New York Times Best Sellers list for July 18th, 2008. Each week we go through the top sellers on the list and give you our top 3 picks so to give you can get an idea of what to download for your Kindle. You can browse through The New York Times best […]

Apple Preparing A Kindle Like Device? iReader

A New York Times articleby John Markoff this past week made an interesting case that Apple is working on a Kindle-like device called ‘Safari Pad’. Whilst there is no concrete evidence that Apple is working on – or even planning such a device, John Markoff seems to think that something is definitely up. Steve Jobs […]