Friday, June 5, 2009

Convert Wikipedia pages to Kindle pages

, from Edukindle converts any Wikipedia article
to a Kindle-formatted file. It works beautifully.
  "Insert the URL from the Wiki page of interest and and press the button.   When a link to the formatted article appears, click on it to download it to your computer. Then, using the USB cable, transfer the converted file to your Kindle."
The website is by Will DeLamater, who offers some well-received free utilities for your computer:

  In the Downloads area you'll find:

      "Planner 2009 for Kindle" and
      "Edukindle Notepad." Below are ways to Share this post if you'd like others to see it.
-- The Send to Kindle button works well only on Firefox currently.

Send to Kindle

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