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Old 08-17-2014, 02:29 AM   #16
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Perfect!!

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@nickredding: Do you mean to download the articles and send to knidle when they are released? or to simply read the on the computer?
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Old 08-17-2014, 07:22 PM   #17
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@nickredding: Do you mean to download the articles and send to knidle when they are released? or to simply read the on the computer?
Neither. Check out my website. I used to be a daily calibre/news user until I got tired of the download/plug in the kindle/copy the files routine (amazon crippled the send to kindle functionality for periodicals). I realized that over the air wifi and cellular data is so cheap and easy that a download-on-demand model (i.e. get the table of contents and then get the articles when they are requested) is better, and I developed a website and android/kindle app to do that. Think of it as real-time calibre.

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will you (or did you) make these changes in the regular recipe?
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