Sunday, November 27, 2011

A set of Kindleworld's articles on the new Kindle models


I've reorganized the Kindleworld website's "Articles on New Kindles" set found near the top of the Reference section in the right column of the article pages.

This blog entry is especially for those on Kindle Edition blog subscriptions, who wouldn't see this set in the Kindle-edition, which brings only the daily articles.  But it should also be helpful to those who don't have time to browse the Reference column at the website.

  On the Kindle editions of the blog, the new Kindles (and sometimes even the Kindle 3's) can click through most article links to access the linked articles without waiting an impossible time for page loads.

 With Kindle 2's or earlier, the load-times are pretty difficult.  All can of course also access articles, reference sets, and external links at the website ( ).

  Each time I draw attention to the free website, the blog loses Kindle-edition-blog subscribers who didn't know it exists :-) -- and it'd be helpful to blog subscribers if Amazon would add a link to the external website on all the Kindle editions.

  Thanks to all who support the site this way, and I'm hoping most subscribers will still see value in having the most-recent 25 blog articles at hand and searchable offline via the Kindle edition of the blog each day.

  Those with Kindle Touch's will find them several times faster for accessing the web than the keyboard models (faster processor and direct-access to links), which would be a big reason for Amazon's not offering free 3G web browsing on the new Kindles.   The speedup should be especially useful for those following links on the Kindle editions of blogs in general.

The list of Kindleworld articles on the new Kindle models
This listing is up to date as of today, and it'll be updated as it goes.  Am working on more tips on the still newish Kindles, as I've seen a lot of confusion in connection with what is offered on each, etc.

. Set of Kindleworld articles
    on new Kindles

. Prime's Lending Library:
    Rules; Borrowing;
    How to Browse List
. Prime gets current PBS
. Personal docs: Imprvmts
. Convert ePub to Kindle
. Edgerly on Kindle Event
. Intro Day, 9/28

Kindle Fire
. Tips: KFire and KTouch
. KFire cases/cvrs
. KFire rooted (Not needed)
. Non-Amzn apps: Sideload'g
. Software update v6.2
. Software update v6.1
   Kindle Fire
. Kindle Fire 1st reviews
. Nook Tablet vs Kindle Fire
. Amazon Q&A: Kindlefire
. Video demo: Kindle Fire
. Kindle Fire/Cloud facts
. Kindle Fire "on fire"
. More info on Kindle Fire

Kindle Touch
. Tips: KTouch and KFire
. Notes re Kindle Touch
. What is X-ray?
. Kindle Team re Kindle Touch
   3G web browsing
. KTouch 3G-Web'g or not?
. Notes: KTouch's 3G Web'g

Kindle Basic (NoTouch/NoKeybd)
. Video demo: $79 Kindle
. Software update v4.0.1
   Kindle Basic (NoTouch)
. User's Guide: $79 Kindle Basic

Kindle Touch 3G   Kindle Touch WiFi   Kindle Basic   (UK: KBasic)   Kindle Fire
Kindle Keybd 3G   (UK: Kindle Keybd 3G)   K3 Special Offers   K3-3G Special Offers   DX

Check often: Temporarily-free late-listed non-classics or recently published ones
  Guide to finding Free Kindle books and Sources.  Top 100 free bestsellers.  Liked-books under $1
UK-Only: recently published non-classics, bestsellers, or £5 Max ones
    Also, UK customers should see the UK store's Top 100 free bestsellers.

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