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“Dust of Dreams by Steven Erikson hc,tpb,kindle - for ebooks, you pretty much have to buy the Kindle version, of by the UK versions from Waterstones.”
“The smaller of them, priced at $259, is now called the Kindle Global Wireless; formerly, there was the KIndle 2, $259, and its global version, the Kindle with U.S. and International Wireless, $279.”
“The overall bigger aim is making Kindle 2 +Kindle 3 successful, expanding to other devices, and ultimately rethinking and rebuilding the publishing industry.”
“Send PDF documents directly to your Kindle (via your @Kindle address) or drag and drop PDF files from your computer to your Kindle (when connected via USB).”
“When I hear the term Kindle I think not of imaginations fired but of crematoria lit.”
“But yes: the absolute best thing about the Kindle is the wireless feature, and since I remember you saying there's no knowing when that will be available in HI, I don't see why it would be worth paying the extra cost.”
“I have hinted it before, but I will say it directly now: I think the Kindle is a swindle.”
“Reading a traditional paper book or an electronic book on non-light emitting electronic device like the Kindle is a much better alternative than reading a book on an iPad or laptop.”
“I think a lot of critics would argue that the Kindle is the right place for a lot of books that are disposable, books that are read on the plane.”
“However, Amazon's Kindle book prices are certainly more manageable than buying either hardback or paperbacks, and the Kindle is a very simple way to access books in English here in Mexico.”
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