3 Stephen Windwalker

windwalker-thumbKindle News:
Electronic newspaper readers in Germany and France, as well Dave Lester’s Treeless Systems project in Denver that I profiled in a podcast two years ago.
A rosy view of the Kindle’s future sales and one not so rosy.
One thing NOT to do with your Kindle.
A Free Webinar, “Leveraging the Kindle – How to maximize the Kindle’s benefits to your readers and your business,” by Joe Wikert set for August 21, 2008 at 11 a.m. ET.   Joe is author of the Kindleville blog.

Kindle Tech Tip:
How to use FeedBooks to load RSS news feeds onto your Kindle for free.

The “What’s on Your Kindle Interview?” – Stephen Windwalker, author of the current Number 10 Kindle seller, How to Use the Amazon Kindle for Email & Over 100 Pages of Other Cool Tips (The Complete User’s Guide to the Amazing Amazon Kindle. I taped the interview after lunch on August 6, 2008, at Casablanca in Harvard Square, Cambridge.  Steve describes his experience writing for the Kindle and tells what changes he hopes to see in the next version.

Here is some of what’s on his 14 pages of Kindle titles:
The TechCrunch blog
The Senator’s Wife by Sue Miller
Free Amazon Daily Blog
The New York Times

Kindle Quote: Suite Francaise by Irene Nemirovsky.

Kindle Comment: Bob Boyken of Bloomington, Indiana

Phone comment line: 206-666-2713.  Please call and leave a comment, suggest someone for a “What’s on Your Kindle Interview?” or offer ideas to improve this podcast.  I look forward to hearing from you!

UPDATE: Click Here for .mp3 file.

(Thanks to FeedBooks co-founder Hadrien Gardeur for the tip, which should enable us to read the full show notes on the Kindle and listen to podcast at the same time.  I’m going to try it now….)

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