Kindle Store and Kindle App Links

Here’s an updated listing of Kindle Store, Kindle App, and other Kindle links for Kindle Nation subscribers: http://bit.ly/FreeKindleStoreBooks http://bit.ly/FreeKindlePromotionalTitles http://bit.ly/ForthcomingKindleTitlesNow Calibre(Calibre has provided a free revolutionary app that will save Kindle users serious money while allowing us to fetch and manage all kinds of free but high-quality Kindle-compatible content. For more about Calibre see chapters […]

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Kindle Nation Holiday Corner

Give the Gift of a Kindle This Holiday Season Kindle DX – $489Kindle 2 – $299Kindle DX Refurbished – $399.99Kindle 2 Refurbished – $219.99Kindle 1 Refurbished – $149.99Kindle AccessoriesKindle Gift Cards and Certificates Or, if you have friends or family who are considering the purchase of a Kindle, whet their appetites by treating them to […]

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Free Books and Content Websites and Services

http://bit.ly/FreeKindleStoreBooks http://bit.ly/FreeKindlePromotionalTitles http://freekindlebooks.org/MagicCatalog/MagicCatalog.mobi http://www.mobileread.com/mobiguide http://www.feedbooks.com/kindleguide http://bit.ly/ForthcomingKindleTitlesNow Baen Free Library Creative Commons Dartmouth College – E-Books in the Public Domain Digital Book Index Feedbooks Free Techbooks Google Book Search Internet Archive Librivox Munseys Online Books Page Podiobooks Project Gutenberg Technical Books Online Wikibooks World Public Library Wowio ©Kindle Nation Daily 2010

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When asking an author if her ebook has also been published as a "real" book will be like asking a musician if her album has been released in vinyl

When asking an author if her ebook has also been published as a "real" book will be like asking a musician if her album has been released in vinyl

I recently noticed an interesting Tweet that gets right to the heart of so many issues that authors are thinking about when we try to make decisions about publishing for the Kindle and other new technologies: kaytee4ever: my gf thinks Kindle isn’t “real” publishing. Help! Know anyone who got a print deal after starting on […]

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The Romance of Submission

An excerpt from Beyond the Literary-Industrial Complex: How Authors and Publishers Are Using the Amazon Kindle and Other New Technologies to Unleash an Indie Movement of Readers and Writers By Stephen Windwalker Copyright 2008, 2009, Stephen Windwalker and Harvard Perspectives Press. What is it to be a writer hard at the work of creating something […]

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Off Topic: Pogue's Productivity Secrets Revealed

Off Topic: Pogue’s Productivity Secrets Revealed

David Pogue is a great guy. I’ve been reading his New York Times “Circuits” columns on technology for years, and despite the fact that he doesn’t know me from Adam, he responded the very same day back in late 2007 when — before my own Kindle arrived from Amazon — I emailed him a few […]

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Throw Out the Kindle Baby, But Keep the Bathwater

Throw Out the Kindle Baby, But Keep the Bathwater

Technology blogger Mike Elgan posted a very smart piece – Elgan: Why the iPhone doesn’t matter – in which he argues a strong point, much more elegantly, that I have been making since the Kindle first appeared: that the device is almost always secondary to what it connects us with. While he focuses primarily on […]

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Kindle DX Secrets: It's a Calculator!

Kindle DX Secrets: It’s a Calculator!

Congratulations to BlogKindle for this very cool Kindle DX find! Turns out that the Kindle DX works as a calculator, complete with basic math as well as some commonly used trigonometric functions. Just type a formula (2+2, 2*2, 2-2, 2/2, etc.) as you would type any search term at the Home screen and the solution […]

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