So in Rhode Island there's a department store chain called Ocean State Job Lot. It's like Walmart but not. To hype themselves for the holiday shopping season, the store hooked up with Kindling Digital which created the elaborate prank...Show More Summary
You can always expect that Amazon will push out new Kindles and Fires year by year, but the Everything Store has so much more in the works. From travel sites to retail stores, there's a whole bunch of rumored stuff Bezos & Co. might be getting ready to roll out. Here's a breakdown. Read more...
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With The Pages Project, a designer of early e-books revels in the inky, intimate musings from the margins of used books. Erik Schmitt's obsession with marginalia—handwritten scribbles or notes in the margins of books—began after he inherited a chunk of his grandfather's library. Show More Summary
FishbowlDC: The Washington Post has a brand new Kindle app. See? We told you the paper would be fine. AgencySpy: We would love to have a portable gong like the one in this new ad for Steak n Shake. Every time someone said something we...Show More Summary
MICHAEL TOTTEN’S NEW BOOK, Tower Of The Sun, is now shipping. That’s the Kindle link. Here’s the paperback link.
If you're planning on buying a Kindle with this $40 off deal, or you already have one, and just need some reading material for your holiday travel, Amazon's knocked six extremely popular titles down to $3 today. Read more...
The Washington Post announced a new app on Thursday that gives Amazon Fire tablet users free online access to the paper.
Jeff Bezos reshapes the Washington Post with new Kindle app
Jeffrey Bezos has finally brought Amazon and The Washington Post together. The two companies will collaborate for the first time since the Amazon founder bought The Post for $250 million a year ago. Kindle owners will be receiving a full 6-month digital subscription to The Washington Post for free. Show More Summary
Kindle Fire tablet owners now have exclusive access to a new application from the Washington Post, and they’ll be able to use it for six months without having to pay for a subscription, just by virtue of using a product made by the company that allowed Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to buy the Post in 2013. Show More Summary
Good morning. Here are 10 media stories. Washington Post looks toward national audience with new Kindle Fire app This is important: It will not provide local news. Updates every day at 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. Free for six months, a buck a month after that. Show More Summary
Ever since Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post, there's been speculation about how it would tie in with Amazon. Now we know: owners of Kindle Fire tablets will get a full 6-month digital subscription to the newspaper for free. Read more...
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It is the first formal collaboration between the newspaper and Amazon since Mr. Bezos, the online giant’s founder, bought The Post for $250 million last year.
Executive Orders, the 8th novel in the Jack Ryan series, is on sale in the Kindle store for $2.80 here. I remember reading the book prior to this, which had a heck of an ending. Sounds like this one picks up right where that one left off.
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My new book, The Guide to the Future of Medicine, is available in paperback and Kindle formats. Here is the description made by Amazon: A few short years ago, it would have been hard to imagine that exoskeletons could enable paralyzed people to walk again; that billions of people would rely on social media for information; […]
A Few Words Upfront: I had Sam’s new book lounging around downlist on my Kindle when I read Chris Dierkes’s strident objection to The Great Sam in his Soul Interpreter blog. The (usually) Great NellaLou, who blogs Smiling Buddha Cabaret,...Show More Summary