If you have an Amazon Associates account, you might be wondering about the best way of managing your links. Sure, you could create a different link for every product, but that quickly gets unwieldy. Surely there’s a better way. Right?
Do you own a Kindle e-reader? If so, have you heard about Amazon’s new Kindle Owners’ Lending Library? This new program allows Amazon Prime members to borrow up to one Kindle book per month — for free, and with no due dates.
Okay, now that I’ve professed my love for the Amazon Kindle, it’s time to share my thoughts on cases for keeping your Kindle in good shape. There are tons of options out there, some cheaper than others, but one really stands out to me.
Earlier this year, I bought my wife an Amazon Kindle for her birthday. Not long before that, I picked up an Apple iPad. Given that I just wrote a post professing my love for the iPad, I thought I’d balance things out with a tribute to the Kindle.
I picked up an iPad the day they released the new version, and shortly thereafter I bought an Amazon Kindle for my wife’s birthday. After having used them both for a few months, I’ve found that the iPad is in many ways better than the Kindle.
As a followup to my post about whether you should buy the 3G or wifi version of the iPad, I thought it would be worth taking a similar look at the Amazon Kindle. If you’re in the market for a Kindle, you may be wondering if you should pick up the wifi or the 3G version. Well… Here’s my unsolicited opinion.
One of the questions that my wife had for me when comparing the Amazon Kindle to the Apple iPad was whether or not you can surf the web on the Kindle. The short answer is yes, you can surf the web on an Amazon Kindle.
Last Friday I headed over to our local Apple retailer and picked up an iPad 2. When I returned home, my wife told me that she thought she might want one, too, but she later backtracked and decided to get an Amazon Kindle instead.