Thursday, May 26, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
- this new model supports extension cards, possibly SD/SDHC
- it also can be connected by a wire (that is not new one feature at all, but why don't mention it?). This is probably a mini-USB or most likely a micro-USB jack. Each of them fits 'less than 1/2 inch thin device'
- borrowing from libraries, what is not available on a Kindle yet
- the user is allowed to set a screensaver from a number the vendor offers or even use own picture as a screensaver.
Friday, May 20, 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
- 10 minutes for preparation of wooden list including sawing and polishing
- 3 hours does it took to entice the Kindle owner's wife to join the craftwork
- 1 hour is spent on calculations and layout projecting
- 15 minutes was needed to weave the cover using the Silver Reed machine
- and, finally, 30 minutes for piecing together all the previous results
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Friday, May 6, 2011
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Once upon a time, I think this April, Instapaper had the ability to be keepable. That means, Instapaper as any newspaper from Amazon can be cleaned up automatically after, by default, a week.
As the majority of Kindle users may know, periodicals sent from Amazon disappear after a week. After a week’s time since being received, the old issues are placed to the ‘Periodicals: Back Issues’ folder (or collection). It the user wishes to keep the issue from being deleted, one should select the following menu item:
In April I used to fill my Kindle with web-pages sent from Klip.me extension. However, the desire to have the content of my Kindle fully automated forced me to check Instapaper and other similar blog and content aggregators from time to time.
As when I wrote about the cool Klip.me changes, I caught the fish also here. Instapaper became even more likely to a newspaper than it was a month ago. So much do I love having all the articles in one place, that the Instapaper publishing system is one of my best loved features I have with Kindle.