Len, after reading some of Kindleworld, invited me to be the guest this week and we talked about the latest Kindle events. Quick, sharp, and enthusiastically curious about much more than things Kindle, he is also a relaxed, engaging interviewer. Catch his very interesting blog
A graduate of Harvard, and also the Harvard Business School later, he's worked as a business journalist, was an editor of an Energy magazine and an executive at a natural gas company before then getting his Masters in Fine Arts in poetry.
Am looking forward to Len's first poetry collection for the Kindle. Here are Len and his wife Darlene, who recently interviewed him for the podcast when an Amazon executive suddenly postponed.
He has a large Twitter following at http://twitter.com/LenEdgerly. Len's Kindle Chronicles, begun July 2008, is practically a log or history of the Kindle and its impact on readers and the publication world in the short time since its release.
You can review a full log of The Kindle Chronicles programs and interviews (on one page) going back to mid 2008 here. There are options on that page to subscribe via iTunes (free) or get feeds via any of several podcatchers. Highly recommended.
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