News – What Kindle for PC can and can’t do, with help from TeleRead, Kindlerama, and Stephen Windwalker . Note: the audio incorrectly states Steve’s URL. I should have identified it as TheKindleNationBlog. blogspot.com. My apologies for the error! As Steve points out, Kindle for PC plays nice with Project Gutenberg Magic Catalog (click here to download Magic Catalog), Feedbooks, ManyBooks, and Mobipocket Mobiguide. (click here for Mobiguide download).
Tech Tip – I fail to find a way for my wife to delete titles from her Kindle archive. Mary McManus addressed this in March.
Interview – James Fallows, national correspondent for The Atlantic, talks all things Kindle in an interview recorded on November 11. His most recent book, Postcards from Tomorrow Square: Reports from China, is available for Kindle, as is Free Flight: Inventing the Future of Travel. He cites this book as one that’s best read on paper, because its graphics matter.
Comments – yisroel parker with a link suggesting the Kindle International has better screen contrast than the discontinued Kindle 2, Paul Levin, Bob Hare, Alex Bowman on the new Kindle TV ad, Rick Limpert on Kindles for breakfast at the Four Seasons in Washington, D.C., Mary McManus, Jesslyn Hendricks, Richard Fischer noting a price drop on Bufo Calvin’s “I Love My Kindle” blog, Kindle edition, Vern Elmore with a Cole Haun Kindle cover recommendation, and Andrys Basten (welcome home, world traveler!) with a link about Cushing Academy’s new Kindle purchases.