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  • August 10, 2011
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This is my coverage of Michael Stackpole’s presentation on how writers can take advantage of the e-publishing revolution. Stackpole does charge for this talk (it was $8 at GenCon; he will be giving it again at DragonCon in September), and gives it at a number of conventions. It was a very interesting panel, and more…

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  • June 17, 2011
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Please visit Ebook Friendly to read “Most Highlighted Books in Kindle Store – June 16th, 2011” in a distraction-free interface. Kindle Popular Highlights are a great way to discover new books to read. Below you can find titles we selected for you from the ranking of recently most highlighted books in Kindle Store. The full…

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  • June 17, 2011
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Please visit Ebook Friendly to read “Can I Read Epub Books on Kindle?” in a distraction-free interface. No. Currently epub format is not supported by Amazon. That means you can’t add epub files directly to your Kindle ereader or application. If you have a collection of epub books and you want to a read them…

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  • June 16, 2011
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Please visit Ebook Friendly to read “Reading in a Kindle’s Web Browser – How to Reduce Distractions?” in a distraction-free interface. Image: Arstechnica.com Reading articles in a Kindle’s web browser is not an easy thing. Typical web pages are cluttered with many additional elements: banners, navigation menus, sidebar widgets of all kinds. The result: web…

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  • June 16, 2011
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Please visit Ebook Friendly to read “Kindle Popular Highlights – a Great Tool to Discover New Books to Read” in a distraction-free interface. One of the most popular highlights from "I Live in the Future & Here's How It Works:…" by Nick Bilton If you want to know more about the book, you usually read…

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  • June 14, 2011
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Please visit Ebook Friendly to read “RSS Feeds of Kindle Bestsellers – Where to Find Them?” in a distraction-free interface. Many Kindle owners instead of frequently checking Kindle Store for new bestsellers would prefer to let them arrive at their RSS readers. It’s possible – and this post will quickly guide you how to do…

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  • June 12, 2011
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Please visit Ebook Friendly to read “How to Add Web Content to Your Kindle Using SENDtoREADER” in a distraction-free interface. SENDtoREADER is a simple and very interesting tool designed to send web content to your Kindle. What makes it special is an online text editor, thanks to which a user can send a personalized compilation…

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  • June 8, 2011
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Please visit Ebook Friendly to read “Smartphone as E-reader #1: Use It for Instant Reading” in a distraction-free interface. This post is a part of the Smartphone as E-reader series, in which we give tips on how you can smartly use your smartphone to read ebooks. If you already own an e-reader like Kindle or…

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  • June 3, 2011
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Please visit Ebook Friendly to read “How to Add Web Content to Your Kindle Using Readability” in a distraction-free interface. Readability, a great service which turns web pages into a reading-friendly mode, announced a cool feature many Kindle owners were waiting for. Now you can send web content directly to your Kindle e-reader. How to…

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  • May 22, 2011
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Anyone who used Kindle for iOS application knows that a Kindle Store button at the top right of the home screen pushes to quick Kindle and open mobile Safari. Why don’t you use Safari in a first place? Here are a couple of tips how to optimize the experience. Open Kindle Store Don’t be afraid…