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Sunday Night Links: 31 August 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news round-up!

Every Sunday we compile a list of our favourite stories from the past week, we also bring to you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Amazon eyeing up the textbook market? About time – ZDNet

Here Comes Kindle 2.0 – Business Week

Amazon’s Kindle Goes to College – PC World

New Kindle an iPod mini-level design leap? – Electronista

Citigroup Analyst Eligible for Remedial Kindlegarten? – Digital Daily

Amazon Relies on Customers to Pimp the Kindle – Wired

Amazon: Kindle Isn’t *That* Big A Hit; College Edition In The Works – Silicon Ally Insider

How to avoid becoming a Kindle nerd-bore – The Atlantic

Amazon Confirms Student Version of Kindle – Seeking Alpha

Amazon’s Kindle May Go Back To School – Information Week

5 Joe Wikert – The Kindle Chronicles [podcast]

Discounted Kindles Tell a Story – The Motley Fool

If Amazon Really Wants To Get Serious About The Kindle… – TechCrunch

Amazon To Offer New Versions of Kindle e-Book Reader – Sci-Tech Today

Taking chances on Amazon’s Kindle – Byte-Sized

Rumor: Thinner, Stylish, Cheaper Kindle Coming Soon – Wired

Don’t believe the Kindle sales numbers … Amazon doesn’t – Used Book Blog

It’s Official: Kindle 2.0 Out Before Year’s End – K.indled

Guitar Tablature on the Amazon Kindle? – Fretbase

Amazon Kindle – glishara @ livejournal

Kindle Avantgarde case ready for pre-order 27th of August – stylzworld

Kindle Your Reading Habits – Doug Geivett’s Blog

Can a Polarizing Kindle Go Mainstream? – Decoding the Kindle

Amazon with more Kindles in the pipeline – definitely smaller, hopefully cheaper – Tech Digest

Sunday Night Links: 17 August 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news round-up!

Every Sunday we compile a list of our favourite stories from the past week, we also bring to you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Citigroup sees better Amazon Kindle sales – Reuters

Is Amazon’s Kindle the iPod of the book world? – The Guardian

Amazon.com Rises; Citigroup Doubles Kindle Estimate – Bloomberg

Amazon shares up with Kindle news – The Seattle Times

Amazon Kindle is ‘iPod moment’ for ebooks, says analyst – Telegraph.co.uk

The Lessons From the Kindle’s Success – New York Times Bits Blog

Can the Kindle Break the E-book Curse? – Wired

Kindle book is tough to crack for Wall Street – Market Watch

Amazon’s unseen bestseller raises questions – Market Watch

Amazon Kindle set to go massive – The Register

Kindle sales pegged at $1 billion by 2010 – cnet

“The Kindle is becoming the iPod of the book world” – Vallywag

The Kindle is the Sasquatch of the Book World – Gawker

Optimizing Web Content for the Kindle Browser – O’Reilly TOC

Citi: Yep, The Kindle’s A Huge Hit. $1 Billion For Amazon In 2010 (AMZN) – Silicon Ally Insider

Is Your Favorite Book Not Available on Kindle? – Official Amazon Kindle Blog

The triumph of the Kindle – Alexandria @ wordpress.com

Kindle could be “Amazon’s iPod” – Online Media Cultist

Kindlemania! Is It Sensible…or Silly? – Technologizer

iPhone Vs. Kindle? – TMCNET

Amazon Mulls Jolly “Kris Kindle” Mascot – Seattlest

Improving Kindle’s Lookup Feature – Kindleville

How Sony can STILL beat Amazon in the e-book battle – TeleRead

Is Amazon’s Kindle Success Sustainable? – Seeking Alpha

Toddo On TV: Will Amazon’s Kindle Speed-Read Past Apple’s iPod? – Minyanville

My first Kindle experience. – Water Ouzel

Is Kindle’s Future Really That Bright? – The Money Times

Why aren’t textbooks free? AKA How the Kindle could potentially put textbook publishers out of business. – Kindle Reader Guide

Amazon Kindle – Hit or Flop? – JGadgets

Kindle ‘must-have’ for xmas – The BookSeller

Big Screen Kindle Aiming for $5.5 Billion Textbook Market – Law Librarian Blog

Amazon…It’s NOT About the Kindle, But I Will Take It! – Howard Lindzon

New “Kindle-ize This” Request Button on Amazon – Kindle Reader

Share Your Kindle With Your Kids – Go Green With A Kindle

Page Number Versus Position on Kindle – EduKindle

Does Research Support Kindle Use to Improve Student Reading Scores? – EduKindle

Amazon Lowering The Kindle eBooks to Match Paperback Prices – K.indled

Amazon’s Kindle Success Boosts Its Stock – Grace Cheng

Wait, so you people actually BOUGHT Kindles? – Justin Flood

Amazon’s ebook / Kindle Strategy Flawed – Terrible Swift Word

Sunday Night Links: 10 August 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news round-up!

Every Sunday we compile a list of our favourite stories from the past week, we also bring to you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Why Sony lost the battle of the e-book – Financial Times

The Book on the Shelf – Washington Post

Will electronic readers take hold in the classroom? – Honolulu Advertiser

E-Book Readers: Changing the Way We Read – Fox Business

The marriage of human thought and paper – The Salt Lake Tribune

Kindle. Or Kindling? – Portfolio.com

We Know How Many Kindles Amazon Has Sold: 240,000 – TechCrunch

Estimates put Amazon Kindle sales at 240,000 – Geek.com

Amazon Kindle Sales Living Up To Projections, Surprising Some – Huffington Post

Despite flaws, Kindle a $100m success for Amazon – Ars Technica

Amazon May Have Actually Sold A Bunch Of Kindles (AMZN) – Silicon Ally Insider

Matt Mullenweg Loves His Kindle [podcast] – Mashable

Amazon swallows AbeBooks – Tech Radar

iPhone: Understudying the Kindle? – Ignis Fatuus

First thoughts on my Kindle – TeleRead

Will Kindles become as big as iPods? – Fresno Bee

Random Ebook Thoughts From A Jetlagged Mind – Book Square

My new favorite toy – dewumpy @ wordpress.com

Wired: Is Kindle overly hyped? – SFN Blog

How I Met and Married My Kindle – Spontaneous Derivation

Kindle Monitors All Activity? – MobileRead Forums

Yet Another Shortsighted Kindle Perspective – Kindleville

No, Amazon Doesn’t Want to “Do Away with the Book as We Know It” – Joe Wikert’s Publishing 2020 Blog

Buy This, Not That: Amazon Kindle vs. iRex iLiad – Slash Gear

Why Newspapers Should Go Digital for Profits – A Print Decision – Mosnar Communications, Inc. Public Relations Blog

Do You Own a Kindle? – Geek Sugar

kindle in the UK – MobileRead Forums

Amazon Kindle and divorce – PumpingPages

Is the print book destined for death? – Mitzi Szereto’s Weblog

An Amazon Kindle – cellphone combo in the future? – eReader Central

Kindling the flames of e-book controversy – Tech Lunch

Amazon Kindle Competes With iPhone App Store – HTLounge

The Amazon Kindle – some first thoughts – universitydiary

Kindle: Crap or Awesome? – Oh so random…

Rancho Mirage library offers new device for ‘electronic’ reading – The Press Enterprise

Kindle Sales Surprise! – Mover Mike

Amazon Kindle: On Fire or Burned Out? – Gadget Spice

Would you consider going back to paper books? – K.indled

How Newspapers Can Turn Problems Into Profit – Micro Persuasion

The Kindle: Redefining the Reading Experience (Is This Blasphemy?) – erin straza

Haiku Contest : Win a Kindle – Surpass Hosting

Kindle Impressions – Ruminations

Is Kindle the One? being an account of 1983 Buicks and other heresies – for.theloveofbooks.com

Kindle .azw1 file – MobileRead Forums

Print IS Dead (Well, To Some Of Us. OK: Me!) – Mike Cain 2008

New Kindle! – Mr. Grouchypants

[Not a] Disadvantage of the Kindle: Sometimes Instant Is Not Good (But You Can Return It) – Spontaneous Derivation

Not with the DOJ – kindle formatting

But it’s not like it’s the iPod of reading or anything…..or is it? – temporus @ livejournal

Breaking Dawn Delayed for E-book Readers – Publishers Weekly

Sunday Night Links: 3 August 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news round-up!

Every Sunday we compile a list of our favourite stories from the past week, we also bring to you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

The browser – Amazon kindles a blue flame – The Scotsman

Amazon Profits From Petrol Misery – Sky News

NYT CTO: Kindle Version Gaining ‘Some’ Traction; Taking Advantage Of Mobile’s Unique Aspects – Washington Post

College textbooks go digital for Kindle – Yahoo Tech

Giving the Kindle a second reading – The Seattle Times

Mitch Albom sells e-book for 99 cents – Buffalo News

The Amazon Kindle: The Best Travel Gadget Since the Neck Pillow – Conde Naste Traveller

Newbie Kindle reactions (cont) – James Fallows – The Atlantic

Bezos: More Kindle Titles, More Kindle Titles Selling (AMZN) – Silicon Ally Insider

Maximize productivity with fewer gizmos – Inman

I have a Kindle – Heather Foeh

The Kindle, the Reader, and e-ink: The buzz continues – Consumer Reports

Some Observations from an Amazon Kindle User – EReader Central

Kindle to Kill Paper Newspapers – K.indled

Chicago Tribune is the latest newspaper on the Kindle – Mobility Site

The Kindle: A Great Example Of Online Infusion – Customer Experience Matters

Amazon Kindle taking Business Away from Amazon Prime? – K.indled

Online Financial Times readers increasing, fast! – The Next Web

Kindle Vs. REAL Books – Meditative Meanderings

Importing “My Clippings” – Kindle Tips

Touch, color, and more – speculations on Kindle 2.0 – MobileRead Forums

Amazon Kindle unmoved as Sony opens Reader to outside publishers – The Tech Herald

The Kindle and Why Luxury Marketers Should Care – Halogen Publishers

An Imaginary Kindle – Harpers Magazine

Something To Get (Kindle…I’m curious about you…) – Peacock•Moon

Be Kind to Trees, Use a Kindle Reader – It’s the Planet, Didiot (we love this site -editor)

Attention Publishers – Pitch to my Kindle – C.C. Chapman

Kindle Podcast – The Kindle Chronicles

E-book Sales Looking Good – Gordon’s Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Blog

Does a Kindle Really Save Money on Books? – The Kindle Reader

Amazon Kindle outside of the US – nerdgirl

Kindle Question 1: TOCs – MobileRead Forums

Kindle Question 2: Graphics – MobileRead Forums

Sunday Night Links: 27 July 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news round-up!

Every Sunday we compile a list of our favourite stories from the past week, we also bring to you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

News Flash From the Cover of Esquire: Paper Magazines Can Be High Tech, Too – New York Times

Warming to the Kindle – Time

Me and my Kindle – CNNMoney.com – Fortune

Jeff Bezos loves his Amazon Kindle – CNNMoney.com

Amazon kindles sales for digital books – Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Amazon puts Albom commencement speech on Kindle reader – The Salt Lake Tribune

Can technology re-Kindle boys’ interests in reading? – Lancaster Online

Lost: One poor, forlorn Kindle – cnet

No e-commerce worries here? Amazon doubles earnings – ZDnet

ReKindling, an updated review – Newsvine

Why Kindle Will Not Die a Fast Death – k.indled

Kindle tip: Take that paper clip along for resets at 30,000 feet – TeleRead

Review: Amazon Kindle – Books Were Just A ‘Gateway Drug’! – BC Books

E-readers thrive but paper promises to be eternal – Business Daily Africa

Road Warriors: Take your library with you – Tech Republic

Four Reasons Why Ebooks Are My Preferred Reading Format – Dear Author

the Kindle and the iPhone dance – Publishing Frontier

Kindling My Reading Habit – crystalking @ wordpress.com

The long, slow death of an institution – lazarusanderson @ wordpress.com

Why the iPhone is the best and worst e-book reader ever – Machinist

Hardback Still the Gold Standard? – Murder She Writes

Boy, Was I Wrong About The New York Times… – Kindleville

eBook Readers vs Other Handheld Devices – Pros and Cons – eBook Reader Source

Big Screen Kindle Aiming for $5.5 Billion Textbook Market – Law Librarian Blog

First Kindle complaint: unreadable images – Blahg

A Kindle to curl up with – ocala.com

University researchers develop e-book reader – Diamondback Online

A Beginner’s Guide to Kindle Content – MobileRead Forums

That was amazingly harder than I thought it would be – MobileRead Forums

Wish I could see the future (aka Newbie making a choice) – MobileRead Forums

Made my own Kindle case …. – MobileRead Forums

Opinion: How to make the Kindle a mainstream success – ars technica

Sunday Night Links: 20 July 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news round-up!

Every Sunday we compile a list of our favourite stories from the past week, we also bring to you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

I’ll never be caught reading an ebook – Times Online

Warming to the Kindle – Time

New look at Kindle – Baltimore Sun

Open source and the Kindle – cnet

Revisiting the Amazon Kindle e-Book Reader – BlogCritics

Amazon to release two new Kindles by the end of the year? – Boing Boing

Bad News For The Kindle: iPhone 3G + Apps (AAPL, AMZN) – Silicon Ally Insider

Christian Publishers Commit to Delivering Majority of Catalogs to Amazon Kindle Owners by the End of 2008 – Yahoo News

A digital Albom through Kindle – Associated Press

Movie poster screens for your Kindle – kindlerama

Can You Curl Up With a Kindle? – Media Ramblings

Kindle Exclusive and Growing Media Attention – Dearauthor.com

The iPhone, the Kindle, and the rest of the world – Musematic

Un-book – Internet Time Business Blog

Amazon Kindle Drop Test – YouTube

Interesting items about using a Kindle in a Borders Bookstore – MobileRead forums

PDFs and Free Conversions – Kindleville

Kindle PDF tips – TeleRead

How to remove custom screensaver images from your Kindle – kindlerama.com

Crazy for Kindle? – Ask Alison

Do you have a Kindle? – Beth William

Rumor: Amazon to release the Kindle 2.0 in time for the holiday season – Gadgetell

Have You Ever Bought an eBook? – Geek Sugar

Amazon Kindle – The “Going Green” Gadget for Saving Trees – Furniture

Kindle 2.0 Coming Around October 2008 – CrunchGear

Kindle 2.0 as early as October, perhaps? And more price drops on the old model? – Teleread

Amazon prepping next-gen Kindles – Pocket-lint

New Amazon Kindle Goes Smaller, Launches October 2008 – Mobile Magazine

Rumor: Amazon Kindle 2 Coming This Fall – Gizmodo

Kindle Statistics: Better Not Tell You Now – Used Books Blog

O’Reilly On Kindle – Offical Amazon Kindle Blog

Kindle Review: Good but I Prefer Books – LIVEdigitally

The Future is Now! – Robin’s life

Kindle CS – marian333 @ livejournal

organizing books – Kindle Tips

I was wrong: I now have and love the Kindle – Brian’s Brain

Re-Kindled – BuggBlog

Kindle – epitome

Will the Amazon Kindle provide a new home for newspaper content? – librarianization

Amazon Kindle and Ebook Trends – eReader Central

Kindle Reset – Kindle Tips

My Current Obsession: To Kindle or Not To Kindle – Writer in Progress

Whatever is Digital Text Platform? – k.indled.com

Will Amazon Do For Wine What It Has Done For Books? – kasewines

DO WANT!!!! – CatHouse Chat

Sunday Night Links: 13 July 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news round-up!

Every Sunday we compile a list of our favourite stories from the past week, we also bring to you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Amazon Kindle Sales on the Rise? – Time

Low-Tech Warren Buffett “Probably” Getting Amazon’s High-Tech E-Book Reader – CNBC

Amazon Kindles Sales as Readers Demand Novels Online – Bloomberg

Is Kindle the iPod of e-books? – The Philadelphia Inquirer

Missing the Kindle after a test run – San Francisco Chronicle

The next chapter: It’s digital – Charlotte Observer

Why Sam loves his Kindle – TeleRead

If you buy a new Kindle, is it possible to get a returned Kindle? – Mobileread forums

Making Kindle Content for the N00b – Mobileread forums

iPhone App Store Takes on Amazon Kindle with 99 Cent E-Books – Mobile Magazine

New Ain’t Always Better – Shyspeak

Sorry, I still don’t think the Kindle makes sense – IT World

contra kindle – Publishing Frontier

‘High Fidelity’ Author Nick Hornby Sounds Off On Kindle and eBooks – Switched

Amazon’s Kindle – My Technical Pages

Kindle love from Washington Post Company CEO—but can his newspaper learn to appreciate others’ iPhone love? – TeleRead

Test Driving The New York Times – Kindleville

Kindle e-book device selling, slow but steady – Examiner.com

Free Books for your Amazon Kindle – 43 Folders

Reading is FUNdamental – wiked-kriket @ livejournal

The field narrows for e-books – CS Monitor

Kindle: 1, Noam: 0 – Noamberg

Amazon Kindle and my reading habits – Samiq Bits

Buying two Kindles – MobileRead forums

I’m in Lurve – willow-25 @ livejournal

Kindle is mine! – rhienelleth @ livejournal

Kindle is fun but sucks for scholars – Everything is Miscellaneous

Amazon’s Kindle e-reader! What’s not to love? – Examiner

Capacious Kindle for July 8 – Aaron Crocco

The future of the book: mimicking a classic – Polythinkers Pad

Must…not…buy… – rhienelleth @ livejournal

Rebuttal to Amazon Kindle Critics – Josh Bancroft’s TinyScreenfuls.com

Can Other Kindle Terms from Amazon Be True? – EduKindle

The number one reason I want a Kindle – Jason Preston

The Platform: The Power of Amazon – The Century Foundation

The Future of Textbooks: How Technology is Changing Classroom Texts – Wired Educator

Electronic books…overlooked, and shouldn’t be. – Anchored Authors

Amazon Owns Me (Or “I knew He’d Break Down Before the End”) – Words of Redemption

Kindle – Futuristic Technology For A Steep Price – eFluxMedia

$9.99 Top Price Users are Willing to Pay For Kindle Books – Light My Kindle

Kindle Tips: Content not downloading – I Read What??

New Stuff!!! – willow-25 @ livejournal

Kindle Has To Hang In There; Things Are Looking Up – eNews 2.0

More Kindling – Cafe Hayek

I took the plunge – MobileRead forums

Sunday Night Links: 6 July 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news roundup!

Every Sunday night compile a list of our favourite stories from the week and we will also bring you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Is a Kindle to books as an iPod is to tunes? – San Francisco Chronicle

Missing the Kindle after a test run – San Francisco Chronicle

Kindle seen as transitional technology – United Press International

The book bubble – Virtual Economics

Why is the new Kindle eBook reader from Amazon and not Apple? – Counter Notions

Finishing My First Kindle Book – A. Tee. Dub.

Why Amazon is missing an opportunity with the Kindle – Fly-Over Marketing

Kindle vs. Books — The New Literary Battle – The Non-Consumer Advocate

Amazon’s Kindle Numbers: All Fluff, Zero Substance – Seeking Alpha

Email to Amazon CS re: File Management – MobileRead forums

COMMENT: Are e-books finally challenging the paperback? – pocket-lint

Amazon’s Kindle a huge flop? – Mac Daily News

Viral marketing idea for Amazon: Kindle e-forms to sign up K converts on the spot—in return for book-buying credits – Teleread

Dear Amazon, Here’s Your Kindle Back – Newsvine

Straight through processing – Heaven in Hell’s Kitchen

Kindle: Owners Love ‘em, Non-Owners Seem Jealous – Joe Wikert’s Publishing 2020 Blog

I’ve Been Kindled! – sharonswriting

Will Amazon Kindle The Flames Of The Next iPod? – Smart Office News

We’re All Kindle Salespeople – Kindleville

Amazon’s Kindle: Where are all the guidebooks? – Gadling

Kindling a gift of the Magi – ran dum thots

Does Kindle Need a SDK? – k.indled

Key To Kindle’s Success: Universities! – k.indled

My and my Kindle – Edith Frost

To Kindle Or Not To Kindle – squirtygirl07

Kindle! – The Blasphemous Bicycler

Kindling – Postcards from Hell’s Kitchen

Open source and the Kindle – cnet

The Amazon Kindle takes you to the cleaners – The Bug Girl Blog

Customer experience review: Amazon Kindle – Good Experience

Putting a PDF on the Kindle – RichardCravy.com

Sunday Night Links #10: 29 June 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news roundup!

Every Sunday night compile a list of our favourite stories from the week and we will also bring you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Reading the Kindle with Your Morning Coffee – Business Week

Electronic Device Stirs Unease at Book Fair – New York Times

Quietly, slowly, electronic text reader gaining traction – SFGate

College Textbooks Coming to Amazon Kindle? – Mobile Magazine

The future of the E-book outlined – Tech Radar

Bezos On Kindle: ‘We Would Love To Have Color’—And Every Book Ever – Paid Content

University Presses Start to Sell Via Kindle – inside higher ed

Penguin Sees Major e-Book Sales Spike – Publishers Weekly

Analyst Sees $2.5B In E-Book Sales By 2012 – Barrons

With Amazon’s Kindle, it’s love at first byte – Network World

Warming Up to the Kindle – E-Commerce Times

US News Media releases content for Amazon Kindle – CNN Money

Amazon’s Kindle Could Save You Money – The Street

Heating up: Fuss over Kindle vs. iPhone for e-reading – TeleRead

How Important Is the $9.99 eBook Price Level? – Kindleville

E-Ink Newspapers? When Car’s Fly – Portfolio

Will you people please stop writing that ebooks will “kill publishing”? – Kindlerama

Random thoughts about the Kindle – Seth Godin

Why Amazon Kindle-to-Kindle Could Boost Kindle – K.indled

Sunday Night Links #9: 1 June 2008

Sunday Night Links

Welcome to the BlogKindle.com weekly news roundup!

Every Sunday night compile a list of our favourite stories from the week and we will also bring you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Kindle is now reduced to $359 and is back in stock – Blog Kindle

Did you pay $399 for your Kindle? then get you $40 back – Blog Kindle

Tor: A social fanzine for science fiction and fantasy readers – Blog Kindle

The Kindle effect? Has the Kindle effected US e-book sales? – Blog Kindle

Mighty Bright XtraFlex2 Light – Kindle Accessory – Blog Kindle

Does Amazon have the next iPod? – CNN

How Amazon Could Change Publishing – Forbes

eBook Sales Up, Amazon’s Kindle Eyed – WebProNews

The kindle saved me money on a house – Writing Near Mountains

Open Question – Gawker

Kindle’s Extraordinary Abilities – SuperForest

Why Ebooks Aren’t Ready For The Mainstream – Gadget Lab

D: Amazon’s Bezos: To Launch For-Pay Movie Streaming Service; Stays Bullish On Kindle; Books Are Like Horses – Barrons Blog

Amazon has been coy about Kindle sales, even though the buzz has been excellent. – Kottke

Matt Mullenweg Loves His Kindle [podcast] – Mashable

Suggestions for Kindle V2.0 and Kindle V3.0 – The Kindle @ WordPress

How to Save the Book Publishing Industry – Silicon Ally Insider

The eBook Problem and The eBook Solution – Booksquare

Sunday Night Links #8: 25 May 2008

sunday night linksEvery Sunday night we will bring you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Amazon’s Kindle hopes to become the iPod of books – Fortune

Amazon.com CEO promotes Kindle reader in shareholder letter – Newsvine

iPhone getting a Mobipocket eBook client. What’s that mean for Amazon’s Kindle? – jkOnTheRun

Amazon Heading Higher; Goldman Adds To Buy List – techtraderdaily

Amazon Briefly Runs Out of Kindles – Gawker

Should You Use Kindle to Beta-Test Your Next Novel? – Gawker

Don’t buy a Kindle – get a library card. A response to “The Digital Future of Books” – [in plain sight]

First Year Kindle Sales vs. iPod, Palm Pilot and Other Famous Gadgets: How’s It Doing? – Gizmodo

Kindle is Stupid – Amish Hockey Movie/Livejournal

The Digital Future of Books – The Inkwell Bookstore Blog

Kids ebooks on the Kindle – K12 Handhelds

Kindle Redux – Super Forset NYC

Does Amazon have the real iPod killer? – Zunemax

K-12 librarian: ‘Amazon won’t let us buy Kindle books’—but read on for some ideas – Teleread

Offline Wikipedia Reader For iRex Iliad – /.

Site compression a must with Kindle browser – Mobileread forum

See a Kindle in Your City – Mobileread forum

High Hopes for the Amazon Kindle – BizThoughts

Mainlining Kindle – poncer

The Silent Revolution – The QandO Blog

Sunday Night Links #7: 18 May 2008

sunday night linksEvery Sunday night we will bring you our selection of Kindle and Amazon related links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Amazon Gains, Despite an Economic Slowdown – NYTimes

Amazon doing an Ugly American act in Great Britain? Bullying U.K. publishers to jack up Jeff’s profits – TeleRead

Apple-Amazon e-book slugout ahead? Some possibilities – TeleRead

The Future of Reading – Columbia Journalism Review

The PR Revolution Amazon’s Kindle May Be Bringing – 360 Digital Influence

Kindle – The Reading Experience – Adobe Blogs – Bill McCoy

The “Quirky” Kindle is “Headed for Nichedom” – Kindleville

Not on Fire for Kindle – Econlog

Kindle Still Unknown to the Tech Savvy – K.indled

Why the Amazon Kindle is a tourist’s best friend – Computerworld

Does the Kindle have iPod-ish potential? – ZDNet blogs

Rethinking the Kindle – Auxiliary Memory

Reading Rekindled – randomdialogue

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos on Martha Stewart Video

Why I love my Kindle – Collected Miscellany

Early Adopters Are Useless – Technosailor

Sunday Night Links #6: 16 March 2008

sunday night linksEvery Sunday night we will bring you our selection of Kindle and Amazon links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Short Kindle supply is keeping e-book fans waiting – USA Today

5 Reasons Why Amazon Is Calling Audible – The Motley Fool

About those Kindle numbers – Teleread

Windows CE-based e-reader has 9.7-inch display – Windows for Devices

4 Case studies for Amazon Kindle – zdnet

Kindle Irony – Fotomancie

Sunday Night Links #5: 9 March 2008

sunday night linksEvery Sunday night we will bring you our selection of Kindle and Amazon links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope these links will give you a definitive overview of what’s happening regarding the Kindle and what the Kindle community is talking about.

Publishers Phase Out Piracy Protection on Audio Books – New York Times

Put Not Your Faith In Ebook Readers – Locus Online

Electronic Book Reader: Amazon Kindle – Illinois Institute of Technology

eBook, But Done Right – Dead Ink Vinyl

New York Times Speculates on Apple’s “Safari Pad” – Kindleville

The Apple iReader – Reading Ahead

In-depth review: can Amazon’s Kindle light a fire under eBooks? – Apple Insider

Reading Steve Jobs – Bits Blog, New York Times

Amazon Kindle – Scott Hanselman’s ComputerZen.com

Amazon Appears Reasonably Priced, Amazon Re-evaluates its Unbox Movie Service – Seeking Alpha

He loves his Kindle, she loves her Sony: Will this marriage last? – TeleRead

Apple working on OS X-based multi-touch Kindle killer? – Mac Daily News

New York Times Speculates Apple eBook Reader on the Horizon (Kindle Killer) – Schwankenstein’s Monster

Sunday Night Links #4: 2 March 2008

sunday night linksEvery Sunday night we will bring you our selection of Kindle links from around the web. Compiled from blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope this list will give you a definitive overview of what’s new regarding Kindle and what the growing Kindle community is talking about.

Book Lust – New York Times

Amazon to Buy Audiobook Seller for $300 Million – New York Times

Ah no; “Kindle” isn’t mobile outside the US – Dirty Bytes

more thoughts on kindle; missing the point – John’s Blog

Stephen King: Books With Batteries — Why Not? – ew.com

The Kindle in Church – TeleRead

Online Print On Demand Space Heats Up – Read/Write Web

Does the Amazon Kindle violate network neutrality principles? – IT Knowledge Exchange

Kindle Full Review – Chaos in Motion

Kindle is My Co-Pilot – Amazon Kindle’s Blog

Top authors to go digital with ebooks – Times Online

Scott Hanselman Loves His Kindle – Kindleville

The future of reading? – durham21

DS Downloads Redux: Kindling It – n-slider

Another nail in the coffin of print and yellow page advertising – 258marketing

E-Ink, E-Readers and E-Books! – SURiMOUNT

Sunday Night Links #3: 6 January 2008

sunday night linksEvery Sunday night we will bring you Kindle links from around the web. Compiled form blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope this link list will give you a definitive overview of what’s new regarding Kindle and what the ever growing Kindle community is talking about.

Kindle Summary 2007: Pros and Cons – Educational Paradigms

Amazon Kindle vs. Sony Reader SMACKDOWN – Gadgets Page

Amazon Kindle Does It All — Almost – The Street

Should You Use Kindle to Beta-Test Your Next Novel? – Gawker

Amazon Kindle, Magazines Could be the Killer App – theyshoulddothat.com

Kindle: gadget of mystery – Computer World

Kindle Kicks Newsprint’s Butt – Enterprise IT Planet Blog

Going Green with Kindle Reader! – justanothermobilemonday.com

Amazon Kindle has JVM – Java Swamy

Why Amazon’s Kindle Is A Big Deal – Bear on Business

Kindle, dissed on Gawker, still sells for $800 on Ebay – Munseys

Not on the Same Page as Print is Dead – Structured Publishing

Would you buy a Kindle? – Chas’ Compilation

Feedbook delivers one-click Kindle downloads – Mobile Read Forums

Kindle isn’t the Most Desired E-book Reader – Kindle News

Jeff Bezos and Bestselling Authors Discuss Amazon Kindle

Sunday Night Links #2: 30 December 2007

Welcome to the second instalment of Sunday Night Links! Every Sunday night we will bring you Kindle links from around the web. Compiled form blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope this link list will give you a definitive overview of what’s new regarding Kindle and what the ever growing Kindle community is talking about.

Kindle Crashed, No One at Customer Support? – Amazon.com Kindle Customer Discussions Forum

Can e-books finally take over their printed counterparts? – Today Publishing

Andy Ihnatko is Amazon’s Worst Nightmare – David Dougan

Mitchell Unboxes the Kindle and Complains about it! – Youtube

Kindle Unboxing Gallery – Gearlive

Kindle Self-Publishing – zuleikhajami @ livejournal

Don’t let DRM get between you and a good book – semabooks

Anyone find an aftermarket case for the Kindle – Google Groups

Kindle: Those Ubiquitous Page Control Buttons – The Kindle Reader

Get Kindle format books by trading in Adobe titles? Or Mobi or others? – Teleread

Another Perspective on the Kindle – Law School Innovation

Sunday Night Links #1: 23 December 2007

Welcome to the first instalment of Sunday Night Links! As the week draws to a close, every Sunday night we will bring you Kindle links from around the web. Compiled form blogs, magazines, main stream media and other sources, we hope this link list will give you a definitive overview of what’s new regarding Kindle and what the community is talking about.

15 Things I Just Learned About the Amazon Kindle – BoingBoing

The PR Revolution Amazon’s Kindle May Be Bringing – Influential Marketing Blog

Kindle Gaming? The Hidden Game – Kindle Reader

Amazon Kindle Real-Life Review (Verdict: Lightweight, Long Lasting and Easy to Grip… In Bed) – Gizmodo

Which eBook Reader is the Best?
– Slashdot

10 Lessons in Innovation from Amazon’s Kindle – onmoneymaking.com

Kindle can light up your life – Chicago Sun Times

And finally on a more festive note, Merry Christmas to all our readers! So here is an amusing video for you to watch…