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June 2009 Blog Posts (7)

Kindlepedia Heads to the Netherlands and the BeBook

Thanks to Pierre Gorissen from Eindhoven, Netherlands, for sharing pictures of a Kindlepedia article displayed on the screen of a BeBook ereader. The BeBook is produced by a… Continue

Added by Will DeLamater on June 24, 2009 at 2:41pm — No Comments

Kindles for Title I Classrooms

I am about to implement ten Kindles in our elementary Title I classrooms. These Kindles will be used by both Title I and General Education teachers to work with Title I students. Our teachers are excited about the possibility of having multiple texts available to our students at a moments notice. The fact that we can download texts onto multiple Kindles is very attractive.

Added by Scott Bloom on June 23, 2009 at 10:50pm — 6 Comments

Will DeLamater in this weeks The Kindle Chronicles podcast #48

Will DeLamater is being interviewed in this weeks The Kindle Chronicles podcast (TKC 48 ). He talks about the DX and its use in the educational sector. He explains how the Kindle could save a lot of paper at universities even though the DX in practice isn't always as good as the Amazon ads would make you to expect.

The interview starts at about 11 minutes into the episode.

Added by Pierre Gorissen on June 20, 2009 at 3:10am — No Comments

Screencast on using KindlePedia



View the video on YouTube (if you like it please leave a rating at YouTube) I created a screencast about how you can use Kindlepedia to create Mobipocket files.

In the screencast I also explain how I created a scriptlet that you can put on the bookmark bar of your browser.

With that you are always only one click away from creating Kindlepedia eBook.

The part of the video… Continue

Added by Pierre Gorissen on June 19, 2009 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments

Kindlepedia Adds Support for Dutch Wikipedia

Good news! The Kindlepedia now supports the Dutch Wikipedia. Just insert a URL of a Wikipedia article that begins with "nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/[your topc here]" (example: http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabriek ) and the Kindlepedia will return your article. Very exciting--thanks to Joshua and Derek for putting this together! Enjoy!

Added by Will DeLamater on June 18, 2009 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

eSchool News Leads with Story on Kindle DX

You know that people are paying attention when eSchool News puts a Kindle story on the front page! The article contains nothing new in terms of information about the DX and the schools that will be piloting it, but several quotes from those involved sum up the situation: The Educator: "Is this the watershed device of electronic text readers we've been waiting for? Or is it just another evolutionary step on the way to that revolutionary device?"… Continue

Added by Will DeLamater on June 8, 2009 at 9:00am — No Comments

Is Kindle the perfect learning appliance?

The devices that we use to access content are getting smaller and smaller. One could make the case that the iPod Touch and the iPhone are in fact small pocket computers, and one wouldn't be far from the truth. (The coming update to the iPhone operating system promises to allow, among other things, the ability to cut and paste text.) In the past couple of years, another type of small computer has made a splash in the marketplace, the Amazon Kindle and its raft of look-alike, e-ink and… Continue

Added by Will DeLamater on June 5, 2009 at 11:01am — No Comments

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