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What’s Wrong With the Kindle Store? Everything.

The Kindle Store is the largest eBook retailer on the face of the planet. It boasts well over 4.6 million titles, and there’s no suggestion that this number will be cut down any time soon. However, cracks are starting to emerge, and it’s not clear whether Amazon will be able to paper over them. Show More Summary

Newswire: On “Capital Cities,” Kindling makes shoegaze with a hardcore tinge

Massachusetts band Ampere has been relatively quiet over the past few years, releasing just one split—with Italy’s Raein—since its 2011 full-length, Like Shadows. But the members that make up the long-running screamo act haven’t slowed down, spinning off new bands that showcase different sounds and perspectives. Show More Summary

All 4 Mad Films on Blu-Ray for C$25.99, C$2.99 Books, and More [Canada]

Today, we’re going to look at a bunch of deals you can get right now on Amazon Canada. There are CDN$ 2.99 Kindle books, great deals on Blu-ray, and much more to check out! Blu-Ray Deals Mad Max Anthology (CDN$ 25.99, 57% Off) With this box set, you get 4 Mad Max films for over half off the normal price. Show More Summary

The Complacent Class

Thank you all for making the first day of The Complacent Class such a success; pre-orders were strong and according to one standard metric it was the #1 best-selling book for Monday. I am working to get you information on Kindle pre-order, as of now the pre-order extra book offer still stands.  I also am […] The post The Complacent Class appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

The Best Fonts for Ebook Readers, According to Book and Typeface Designers

Picking the right font for your Kindle or Nook can enhance your reading experience. Some fonts are easy on the eyes, some have a ton of personality, and some tell stories of their own. Here are some fonts the experts suggest for your devices. Read more...

Win Awesome Tech Prizes for Travel, Including Apple Watch, Bose Headphones, iPad Air 2!

Our friends over at Travel Update are running a contest, and the prizes are really good–especially if you are a frequent traveler! They are: • Apple Watch Sport • iPad Air 2 • Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones • Kindle Paperwhite • Blue...Show More Summary

For Startups, Raising Money Is Eight Times Easier In The Bay Area

Some startups find their beginnings organically, getting built slowly from years of effort. These kinds of companies can be anywhere, and they often are. Startups kindled with the intent of rapid iteration and quick growth, however, tend to be clustered in the kinds of places we expect: San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, [...]

10 Tricks to Make Yourself a Kindle Master

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Kindle e-reader has been with us in one form or another since 2007, and it’s still going strong. It’s a super simple device, and for most people, that’s a huge part of its appeal. But don’t let its simplicity fool you into thinking there aren’t any interesting tweaks you can make to your beloved e-reader. Show More Summary

Interview With Charles Rosenberg: From Zero to Bestselling Author in 2 Years

4 days agoArts / Writing : Write to Done

In the space of just over two years, an Charles Rosenbert went from zero to bestselling author. How did he do it? Here’s what happened… A couple of years ago, I downloaded a free Kindle book by Charles Rosenberg. It was called Death on a High Floor. Show More Summary

Why You Should Buy a Kindle, Even If You Love Real Books

If you ever step foot into my bedroom (as unlikely as that may be), the first thing you’ll notice are the books. Suffice to say I have a lot of books. In fact, I have so many that my dusty shelves creak under the weight of dog-eared paperback novels and thick computer science textbooks. Show More Summary

Amazon Silk browser ignored SSL searches, failing to protect your privacy

The Kindle browser may have been built with performance in mind, but seems to have fallen short when it comes to security.

This Week's Most Popular Posts: July 15th to 22nd

This week we continued the pursuit of pokémon with some more advanced tactics for catching your favorite monsters. Meanwhile in non-augmented reality, we learned about the current political conventions, how to jailbreak a Kindle, which foods are dangerous for cats, and more. Here’s a look back. Read more...

SSN14 – Book Review

£23.99 (Hardback) £13.99 (Paperback)  £2.99 (Kindle) Former Royal Navy submariner, Commander Ryan Ramsey recently self-published this unique book that tells the story of HMS […]

Which Font Should I Use On My Kindle?

We ask the experts: Which font is optimal for my Kindle? Baskerville, Bookerly, Caecilia, Georgia, Helvetica, OpenDyslexic, Palatino, the mysterious "Publisher Font": According to my iPhone's Kindle app, all of these typefaces are available with a button press, and that's the problem. Show More Summary

KickassTorrents Stops Kicking Ass, Firefox Disables Flash Content… [Tech News Digest]

The biggest torrent site in the world goes down, Firefox tackles its Flash problem, iOS 10 knows when your hardware is getting wet, Amazon brings classic articles to Kindle, and video games as stop-motion animations. The Feds Take KickassTorrents Offline KickassTorrents has been dealt a major blow, with U.S. Show More Summary

How to Jailbreak Your Kindle

Last week we learned you can jailbreak every current model of Kindle. Even better, while the process is a bit time-consuming, it’s also pretty easy to do. The end result is a Kindle that’s a little more pleasurable to use. Here’s how to do it. Read more...

Kindle Debuts Singles Classics

Kindle has introduced a new series called "Singles Classics."

1783: Diego Cristobal Tupac Amaru, rebel heir

On this date in 1783, Diego Cristobal Tupac Amaru — cousin and successor to the famed indigenous rebel Tupac Amaru II — was tortured to death in Cusco. After Tupac Amaru’s execution in May 1781, the rebellion he had kindled fell south to present-day Bolivia and fought on furiously. Diego Cristobal succeeded his kinsman in […]

4 reasons your PDF report can't be read on a small device

Having waxed lyrical about the joys of reading PDF documents on my Kindle instead of having to lug around a load of paper (see 5 reasons that educators should use a Kindle), I had a rude awakening today. I downloaded a PDF research report and fired it off to my Kindle, with the intention of reading it on the train. Show More Summary

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