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Old 11-20-2007, 02:45 PM   #4
Alisa
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Originally Posted by markbot View Post
also, I should add that you can upload documents directly to the Kindle from your computer....thus someone could come up with an RSS aggregator that converts it to text....then upload it to the kindle. send a file from your computer is free...emailing it to the kindle costs 10 cents.

but....then again...couldn't u just surf the damn webpage? instead of going through the hassle.

need the new york times....just go to the damn webpage...no monthly subscription or rss or special hack program necesary.
I think the idea of having feeds on your Kindle is so you can read them when you're not at a computer.
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