Tag Archives: retro
I hadn’t intended to cut up the used book I bought online. But it turned out to be exactly the right size to house my Kindle, and it wasn’t in great shape to begin with, and my whole philosophy about … Continue reading
You know the type: the person who didn’t want a Kindle, but begrudgingly accepted it as a gift or skeptically bought it with the intention of returning it soon after, and who now reads on it all the time. That … Continue reading
Although no official announcement has yet been made (that I’m aware of), M-Edge has opened its custom cover store. The service lets you create custom covers for your Kindle or Nook ($40) or iPad ($50) using your own images as … Continue reading
Charging bases are common for mobile phones and Apple devices, but you don’t see many of them for ebook readers. (Probably because they don’t normally need to be recharged daily.) But here’s a custom-made wooden stand with the USB cable … Continue reading
Yesterday I wrote up a whole bunch of notes for what will most likely be another long post about some hypothetical near-future publishing idea. That’s not important (yet). What’s important is that in those notes I used Lady Gaga as … Continue reading
Because after all, doesn’t the Kindle’s Whispernet feel like magic? Update:This image and others are now collected on the Free Screens page of the site.