IT EXPLAINS A LOT: Michael Walsh’s The Devil’s Pleasure Palace is $2.99 on Kindle today.
Today only, you can get The Devil’s Pleasure Palace on Amazon Kindle for just $2.99 ! It’s a romp through postwar intellectual history, focusing on the deep influence wielded by the Frankfurt School, and Critical Theory, in Western life in recent decades. Great Deal on Michael Walsh’s Most Recent Book
The Amazon Appstore is the place Kindle Fire users go to get their apps, but it has some disadvantages compared to Google Play, especially in the number of apps. If you want to install an app on your Kindle Fire that’s outside the Amazon Appstore, you’ll have to sideload it — here’s how. Show More Summary
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There’s never been a thinner, lighter e-reader than Amazon’s new Kindle Oasis. Though it may conquer the traditional book and paperback experience, if you want this cutting-edge reading device you’re gonna have to pay a pretty penny. Our full review: http://on.mash.to/1Tj9jU3 Read more... More about Amazon, Kindle, Oasis, Tech, and Apps Software
Author Timothy Ellis really enjoyed his time in the 1980's, and his Hunter series is certainly pays homage. This, riddled with 80's references, space opera feels like it shouldn't work, but I've had a hard time putting down my kindle. Backwater...Show More Summary
I love my Kindle, but mostly because of Amazon’s warranty. In five years of owning Kindles, I have broken three, all entirely because of user error that involved a sharp force to the unyielding e-ink display. A new tech from China promises to put a stop to all that. More »
The film business is fighting Sean Parker’s Screening Room. The book business is fighting Amazon’s Kindle. And the music business is sitting in the present, the most up-to-date media vertical extant. And yet people still complain. Do...Show More Summary
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Amazon's Kindle Oasis is like a feast with the world's finest caviar. It's an all-you-can eat Wagyu steak dinner. It's an $80 cup of coffee. Simply put, the Oasis is a $290 extravagance meant only for the few who can afford it. For the rest of us, it's just something to lust after. Show More Summary
Sure, you can start your campfire with some newspaper or kindling, but why would you do that when you can use dynamite? These cool fire starters look like dynamite, straight out of of an old western…
Amazon has just released its latest and greatest Kindle (the Kindle Oasis) sporting the best e-paper display yet thanks mostly to improved lighting through a greater number of LEDs. But for the next […]
Hot off the press – why spend ages searching for the Northern Ireland elections website on wifi, when you can download all the most relevant bits to your Kindle, phone or tablet for less than £3? Each constituency chapter contains: A map A description of which local government districts intersect with the constituency Basic demographic more...
I love my Kindle, but mostly because of Amazon’s warranty. In five years of owning Kindles, I have broken three, all entirely because of user error that involved a sharp force to the unyielding e-ink display. A new tech from China promises to put a stop to all that. Read more...
Bet you didn't know your Kindle could do all these tricks.
Kindle’s latest Oasis e-reader is out and it’s a damn fine product — the best e-reader ever made. It’s also the most expensive e-reader currently available. So if the idea of spending $44 on a portable library makes you shudder, then it’s time to consider the other guys. More »
Amazon has somehow managed to create four different models of its Kindle ereader. Each of the four models has its own strengths and weaknesses, so if you’re in the market for one—or an upgrade—let’s take a look to make your buying decision a little easier. Read more...
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I’ve spent the last week trying to pretend the new Kindle Oasis is the same as reading a real book. It’s not. I love books. I love Kindle’s e-readers and was hoping this was the melding of the two. That real book feel was part of the inspiration for the latest Kindle in the family and why it comes with a protruding one-sided grip handle able to flip from left to right… Read More
The Kindle Oasis provides an awesome E Ink reading experience along with extra-long battery life, but the $290 price is a bit steep.