Kindle Chronicles

Kindle Fire HDs apparently can’t change line spacing …

By David Rothman
September 17, 2012 // 7 Comments

Kindle Fire HD tablets apparently can’t change line spacing when you’re reading an e-book. Is this part of a consumer-hostile niching initiative by Amazon to high-pressure my fellow Kindle addicts into buying more than one gizmo? Yes, I suspect—if we consider similar disappointments, such [ on]

Kindle Chronicles interviews Temple Grandin on ereaders and autism

By Paul Biba
May 7, 2012 // 0 Comments

From The Kindle Chronicles: I visited Dr. Temple Grandin at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, on April 30 and brought with me an array of Kindles and an iPad. Her considerations of the devices as reading aids for those on the autism spectrum were candid and astute. Her [ on]

All the News that Bashes Amazon, by Len Edgerly

By By a TeleRead Contributor
April 16, 2012 // 11 Comments

I love The New York Times and am a loyal subscriber to its Kindle version. But honestly. Are all of the Times’s objective, hard-hitting journalists in the pockets of New York publishers? When you scan the prestigious addresses of the five Defendant Publishers listed in the Department of [ on]

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