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TKC 294 Kevin Eagan

Founder and Editor of Critical Margins blog and podcast Interview starts at 14:16 I want people to see online content as something that’s in flux. We have such a great opportunity right now for people to see us as human beings, right? That we are content producers who are figuring it out as we go, basically. And […]

Behind the Scenes of the Next TKC Episode with Kevin Eagan

In this screencast, you will see how I use Logic Pro 9.1.8 to edit the weekly TKC interview and how I prepare my script in Evernote. This week I spoke with Kevin Eagan, creator and editor of the Critical Margins blog and newly launched podcast. If you are interested in books, technology, and reading I recommend […]

After the Interview: How Planned Questions Turn Out to be More Safety Net than Map

I just finished my Skype interview with Kevin Eagan, creator of the Critical Margins blog and podcast, for the next Kindle Chronicles episode. To follow up on last night’s post about my preparation for the interview, I thought I would share here the list of questions that I used during our 20-minute conversation. Here they are: […]

Getting Ready for Tomorrow’s Kindle Chronicles Interview

Tomorrow’s interview with Kevin Eagan, editor of the writerly and smart Critical Margins blog, will be my 294th interview for The Kindle Chronicles. Kevin is a repeat customer, having been my guest for TKC 204 in June of 2012. Each time I prepare to talk with someone for 15 or 20 minutes for the show, I […]


NOTE: This is a cross-post of my weekly column for Stephen Windwalker’s Kindle Nation Daily. Each week I write a piece based on that week’s interview for the Kindle Chronicles podcast. After the podcast goes live, it appears first in the Kindle Nation Weekender and then at the KND web site on Monday.  By LEN EDGERLY, Contributing Editor Kevin Eagan, creator of the Critical Margins blog, […]

TKC 203 Kevin Eagan

News – 1) An eBooks adoption milestone. 2) eBook library borrowers also buy lots of eBooks, survey shows. 3) Amazon’s invitation for developers around the world to submit apps for international distribution sparks expectations of Kindle Fire availability outside the U.S. 4) Rumor has it the Fire’s price will be trimmed by $50 when the new Fire is launched […]