Originally Posted by bowerbird
> As the chief rumor-monger, I have said nothing about Amazon
> possibly executing a FUD campaign. I have not been doing disinformation.
> I have only stated the information that I have found online,
> and some guesses I have made about that information.
to me, it shows you do not know how to evaluate the _trustworthiness_
of the information that you "have found online.
You have truly stepped over the line. You should have actually _looked_ at the information I posted before attacking me.
I have posted the following information:
Two sets of results from the Google cache.
"kindle edition" site:amazon.com
An interesting fact about the second search: I know of at least one instance that I had found a whispernet reference (through Google) on Amazon _that_Amazon_removed_after_it_was_mentioned_here. The are only two ways that the search results might not be trustworthy: one, Amazon is faking them; two, Google is faking them. So, you think this is not a trustworthy source?
The results of a trademark search for "kindle" and "whispernet".
I found a trademark for "kindle" that closely fit the description of the Amazon Kindle, and was owned by a corporation based out of a shopping center in Seattle. This corporation is also currently applying for a trademark for "whispernet" (I don't think they will get it). I found the trademark information on the federal gov't trademark dep'.t. website. I found the corporate registration on the State of Delaware website. So, you think these two sources are not trustworthy?
Some of the results of a search based on the customer service numbers listed in the Kindle Manual PDF.
I have not finished this search yet.
The results of my investigation into the Kindle have appeared in dribs and drabs. This is because I did not take it seriously. I had hoped the Kindle would be released by now. But I have not ended the investigation, nor posted all that I have found.