Amazon gives Kindle users a number of social tools to not only find more books, but to add value to the books you already have. See how you can put these tools to work for you. Not only will they make your pleasure reading more enjoyable, they offer a lot of support for your research efforts as well.
Whether you’re building a reference library on your own Kindle device or sharing family stories with other Kindle readers, here are some tips building and forwarding documents to those devices.
Lots of Kindle news this week with a few other tidbits for good measure.
Lots of book news this week ranging from FamilySearch’s digitizing efforts to the countdown for updates from Kindle with even a chance at rebates for many of us.
Kick off the summer with some great summer reading. This edition of Tech Notes has both reading apps and reading sources to keep you entertained and informed.
Send in the Clouds. There’s lots of them in this week’s edition of Tech Notes. See for yourself . . .
Yes, I have a tablet and an eInk reader (Kindle Touch). Because of its size, my Kindle Touch goes just about everywhere with me so it only makes sense to keep the details of the families I’m actively researching on my Kindle – just in case. Actually, it’s quite easy to do. Here’s how.