TKC 44 Roxanne Darling & Shane Robinson

roxanne-thumb1News (2:06) – Kindle Publishing for Blogs gets a thumbs-up from Abhi, and me, too. The Kindle iPhone app gets a spiffy update.  Stephen Windwalker presents evidence that the Kindle may be coming to international markets soon.

Tech Tip (6:01) –  Blair Slavin details a way to play with words in the Kindle 2 dictionary.

Interview – (7:36) Roxanne Darling and Shane Robinson make a dashing Kindle Couple and are among Hawai’i’s social media leaders. At Kailua Beach on May 20, 2009, they talked about sharing a Kindle 1, the Kindle iPhone app, and things you should not be afraid to bring to the beach.  They are creators of the long-running and inspiring Beach Walks with Rox video podcast, and their tech-savvy Internet consulting business is Bare Foot Studios.

Quote (22:20) – Neville Hobson is experimenting with Twitter/audio book reviews.

Comments (24:53) – John W. Halkias, Halimah Felt, and Karen Hagglund.

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  1. Jesslyn Hendrix wrote:

    Hi Len,
    Good podcast this week and I hope you enjoyed the rest of your time in Hawaii. I’m writing to comment on using your Kindle at the beach. For those that are hesitant to expose their Kindles to the elements, there are a few protection cases that they can use to water and/or sand-proof the Kindle. I’ve used it at the beach, in the bath, in the Kitchen and on cruises.
    I have a post about it here: http://bit.ly/15xENr (http://www.knuckleheadnetwork.com/2009/04/waterproof-or-just-protect-your-kindle/)

    Posted 22 May 2009 at 8:11 am
  2. Roxanne Darling wrote:

    Dear Len,
    Thank you so much for inviting us to be on your show. I was dressed, err, for an audio podcast though, having just come out of the water! I love what you are doing with this podcast. You also inspired us to go out and get the Edirol. It’s coming in very handy for recording our classes at knowhowcafe.com.

    Aloha, Roxanne

    Posted 07 Jun 2009 at 12:26 am

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