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The 21st Century Principal: Using Your Kindle Tablet App and Chrome ‘Send to Kindle’ Extension to Read Web Articles

More and more, reading with Kindle doesn’t require that you actually OWN a Kindle. Of any type. In fact, I spend most of my time these days on my iPad Mini, but I like to use the Kindle app and the Amazon ecosystem to collect articles, buy books, and review my documents. Here is a…

What a diet book taught me about my eBook spending « TeleRead

If you don’t read Joanna Cabot at Teleread, you should. She is truly the e-book reader/user’s best friend, testing out everything, taking nothing on authority, and sharing her experiences for our benefit. This article is a great introduction to her thinking and her work. Enjoy! What a diet book taught me about my eBook spending…

The New Kindle Lineup: What It Means to Educators

Time to Read Feature

Just a quick update on the new lineup of Kindles announced earlier this month: as ever, the new Kindle models have one key audience in mind – the individual consumer. Backlight for reading in bed, integration with a vast media library, seamless purchasing opportunities, high resolution screen, touch navigation, whiter backgrounds, the works! All improvements…