The Complete 2012 User's Guide to the Amazing Amazon Kindle: Covers All Current Kindles Including the Kindle Fire, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard, and Kindle
Join 30,000 other Kindle owners who have unlocked all the pleasures to Kindle ownership by downloading Stephen Windwalker's premier guide for Kindle owners. This full-length book is over 50,000 words -- the equivalent of 192 "print on paper" pages -- but it is a snap to navigate with a link-enabled table of contents and a detailed, link-enabled FAQ section.
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I wouldn't recommend trying to use your Kindle as a web browser. And apparently, if you load pictures on it, you just gunk up the function. So if you don't need to learn these things, the only reason to read this book is if you want to learn how to publish your own book direct to Kindle. Or if you love Kindle and Amazon so much, you want to spend a few hours in a big lovefest over them. I got this book to learn more about my Kindle, but I didn't find it to be very helpful.
If you have a Kindle and are totally new to E-books without a friend to push you along I'd recommend this to get yourself caught up to some of the online resources available to you. Calibre and the database of public domain books alone were worth the purchase price.
While I liked the previous Kindle 2 edition of this book, I didn't like this edition as much. I can see the logic in having one source of reference to supplement all the most current models of Kindles. However, the result is a less thorough book. This book generalizes much more than its predecessor. I missed all the specific extras of the type mentioned in the previous edition. Lastly, what really bothered me was the number of typos and misspellings. I don't remember there being so many errors i...more