Kindlebox is a free web app that makes transferring eBooks to your Kindle easier. The app connects a Dropbox folder to your Kindle and sends books and other readable files over automatically. You’ll need to authorize the app in your Dropbox and Amazon accounts to get it working. Show More Summary
It's pretty easy to send just about anything to your Kindle, but if you're looking for an even more automated solution, Kindlebox does the job by linking a Dropbox folder to your Kindle and sending anything over automatically. Read more...
Send to Kindle Whether you work from home or commute to an office, odds are you spend a sizable chunk of your valuable time in your workspace. I should know, I spend an inordinate amount of time in mine. Mine also happens to be my bedroom, so there is that. That being said, decorating your […]
If you buy a copy of Party in the Street and email proof this semester, I will send you a free copy of Grad Skool Rulz. The kindle edition is already out! While you are getting up to date on the hottest social movement research, why not get a free copy of the best grad […]
Send to Kindle I don’t know about you, but I firmly believe music holds power. A lot of power. I’m a faith kind of girl, so in particular I believe worship music holds extreme power, but all types of music can be powerful when it comes to bringing to mind memories of days gone by, […]
Send to Kindle Open for biz but not quite sure how to get the word out? Many businesses utilize signage such as banners to capture the attention wandering eyes. Banners can be used for announcements, to promote products, and even just to look cool and raise awareness of your company’s name in the minds and hearts […]
Send to Kindle It’s no great business secret that sales and marketing departments are often at odds with one another. The problem usually starts with the idea that marketing and sales are needed at different points of the customer purchasing cycle. This attitude that “we’re only responsible for our portion of the cycle” creates the […]
Amazon said today readers could now visit its new Kindle Scout service and begin voting for the submissions they believe should be published as books. The company announced the program earlier this month and invited authors to send in excerpts of works to what it described as its “reader-powered publishing program.” Readers can now vote […]
Send to Kindle In the biz world, Windows crushed Apple to become the preferred operating system for the office. (Seriously, I ADORE my Macbook. This twisted little reality I shall never understand. Just sayin’.) So just what was Window’s evil little plan to achieve such technological world domination? Deceptively simple really. They did it by […]
Next time you come across a Kindle e-book link somewhere other than Amazon itself, you may want to make sure it's not some dubious website before you hit download or "Send to Kindle." A security researcher by the name of Benjamin Daniel Musser has...
Send to Kindle Whoever has ever said freelancing is “easy” should be strung up by their toes and dangled over a balcony somewhere, mouth stuffed with oversized gooey marsh mallows to muffle the screams. (I know, I have weird notions of torture.) Those individuals clearly don’t know Jack. (Or even Jill for that matter.) Seriously […]
Send to Kindle Time to revisit some basics. I think it’s good to do that on occasion, don’t you? Frankly I think everyone should make a point to do it, at least every other month or so, myself included. It can be easy to get lost inShow More Summary
Send to Kindle Maybe exhibition shows are right for you and your biz, maybe they aren’t. Only you can know that. However if you have decided to dip your toes in the water and exhibit at a show for the first time, you need to know you’re...Show More Summary
My brother's a writer and keeps sending me his books and novellas to read. They're PDFs and I hate staring at the computer for such a long time. Can I read them in the Kindle app on my iPad instead? The post How to read PDF files in the iPad Kindle App? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
Send to Kindle While I’m certainly no expert, I’ve recently been reading up on POP displays and potentially using them in your brand strategy. You can walk into just about any Walmart, Winn Dixie, or and find yourself exposed to what’s...Show More Summary
Are you an active Kindle reader who takes notes and highlights passages for later reference? Then even if you're not sure what the fuss is all about Evernote, you might want to pair Evernote with your Kindle to have all those book quotes and information in one place. Read more...
Amazon is flexing another muscle in the ongoing Hachette dispute. In a letter obtained by the New York Times, David Naggar, VP of Kindle content is offering 100% of all profits for some Hachette authors and has forwarded the offer to the Authors Guild, a long-time opponent of all things Amazon. Show More Summary
Kindle eReaders and apps make it super easy to buy eBooks from Amazon and read them, but what if you want to read your own eBooks, documents, or articles on your Kindle? Amazon’s Send-to-Kindle feature has you covered. Whether you’re...Show More Summary
Send to Kindle Imagine enjoying a morning run on the local trail and seeing a neat 3-D art stenciling of a wooden bridge over a gaping cliff right on the path. Like, woah. Where’d that come from? Now, imagine people having fun with it,...Show More Summary
I’m so averse to this that I have got to try a verse The news came in and made me want to yell and scream and curse I’ll bid farewell to cursive and kiss BlackBerrys goodbye And send typewriters up to join PalmPilots in the sky I know that fashions pass away in tech as […]