First impressions on the new Kindle Paperwhite reader.
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.
If Kindles and iThings are under your family's Christmas tree, you are going to find it a whole lot easier to share your family history stories - and more - thanks to Kindle's Personal Document Service. Find out how.
Kindle readers - and NOOK readers too - can read PDF documents as well as ebooks. That gives us family historians an easy option for sharing family publishing projects. Just don't try to distribute an 8 ½ x 11 document and expect it to be readable on a 6" screen. Here are some design suggestions to help you format your projects to fit most of today's e-readers.
Amazon has upped the ante on the book design business with the announcement of Kindle Format 8 - a new ebook format supporting fixed-layout and graphic-intensive books. It sounds very interesting!