Sunday Night Links: 27 July 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the weekly news round-up!

Every Sunday we compile a list of our favourite stories from the past week, we also bring to you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

News Flash From the Cover of Esquire: Paper Magazines Can Be High Tech, Too – New York Times

Warming to the Kindle – Time

Me and my Kindle – – Fortune

Jeff Bezos loves his Amazon Kindle –

Amazon kindles sales for digital books – Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Amazon puts Albom commencement speech on Kindle reader – The Salt Lake Tribune

Can technology re-Kindle boys’ interests in reading? – Lancaster Online

Lost: One poor, forlorn Kindle – cnet

No e-commerce worries here? Amazon doubles earnings – ZDnet

ReKindling, an updated review – Newsvine

Why Kindle Will Not Die a Fast Death – k.indled

Kindle tip: Take that paper clip along for resets at 30,000 feet – TeleRead

Review: Amazon Kindle – Books Were Just A ‘Gateway Drug’! – BC Books

E-readers thrive but paper promises to be eternal – Business Daily Africa

Road Warriors: Take your library with you – Tech Republic

Four Reasons Why Ebooks Are My Preferred Reading Format – Dear Author

the Kindle and the iPhone dance – Publishing Frontier

Kindling My Reading Habit – crystalking @

The long, slow death of an institution – lazarusanderson @

Why the iPhone is the best and worst e-book reader ever – Machinist

Hardback Still the Gold Standard? – Murder She Writes

Boy, Was I Wrong About The New York Times… – Kindleville

eBook Readers vs Other Handheld Devices – Pros and Cons – eBook Reader Source

Big Screen Kindle Aiming for $5.5 Billion Textbook Market – Law Librarian Blog

First Kindle complaint: unreadable images – Blahg

A Kindle to curl up with –

University researchers develop e-book reader – Diamondback Online

A Beginner’s Guide to Kindle Content – MobileRead Forums

That was amazingly harder than I thought it would be – MobileRead Forums

Wish I could see the future (aka Newbie making a choice) – MobileRead Forums

Made my own Kindle case …. – MobileRead Forums

Opinion: How to make the Kindle a mainstream success – ars technica

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