Kindle Content

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…

Kindle Library Lending Endgame: Returning Your Books or Watching Them Expire

To complete the saga of my experience with Kindle Library Lending through Overdrive, the expiration date of my books arrived over the weekend. Helpfully, I received warning emails about all four books about three days in advance, each with an offer to buy the book included. More importantly, these tipped me off to the opportunity…