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Old 04-09-2012, 09:10 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by ernesto50 View Post
Hi everyone!

The last few days I found some pretty interesting blogs, which I'd love to read cover to cover (first blog post, to last). However I hate reading on the computer for longer than 60 minutes (hence: Kindle-fan ), so I thought why doesn't a service exist where I could pay X amount of USD and get back a nicely formatted epub/mobi (mobi in my case) to read on my Kindle.

After a little research I found zinepal.com (no affiliation), but it turns out that even in the "pro" version (which costs 5 USD per ebook or a monthly fee, depending on your settings) you only get up to 50 posts, which really sucks (some of the blogs I found have 100+ posts).

So I was wondering, would you pay for a service like that? And if yes, how much?
I sometimes use calibre's "recipe" maker for blogs with RSS feeds. I get the content and a working TOC that way.
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