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Old 10-06-2010, 07:23 PM   #1
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Kindle DX and K3 Tricks: feedback requested on guide and free ebook

Hi Everyone!

I would like to share and request feedback on a looong web page and (free) ebook about the best tricks for kindle dx and k3.

As a hobby, whenever I learn something significant, I make a web pages. I have pages about topics as random as useful knots, the Southern accent, buckwheat, movies that make me laugh, nonviolent communication and many more.

My companion and I have had a love affair with our two Kindle DXs. I've learned heaps from troubleshooting, playing with various software, experimenting, and of course picking up information from the vast source of Kindle intelligence on Mobile Read and Kindle Boards!

So here's my third version of a collection of tips and tricks for Kindle, particularly aiming at the DX and K3. Every guide has an audience, and this one aims to help "normal users" who are willing to go a little beyond their comfort zone with the device, but not so much "super users" who are excited to try every hack. Although there is a full "start-up guide" tutorial about mobipocket.

This is my way of giving back to the community, and I'd like to make the information as accurate and useful as possible, so I will really appreciate all suggestions that anyone may send. Oh, and I don't own a K3, so if there are K3-specific things that should be mentioned, I'd appreciate the "heads up".

It's clear to me that a guide/collection like this is only possible thanks to all the people who have shared bits of information here and around the web... So gratitude and kudos are offered to all.

Working on other volunteer projects this week but will definitely incorporate feedback and update as soon as I have free time.

Smiles and warmest wishes all around,

Andy

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