Friday, February 8, 2013

A Kindle World's Facebook page is ready and will hold reference articles


Kindleworld is now on Facebook.

Caution: There is a catchy "Kindle.World" page on Facebook with a golfball 'world' icon, made October 2012 mainly to display and provide direct links to product pages for Kindle devices + some official Amazon videos.

  The golfball-world site is not related to the "A Kindle World" blog, nor to Twitter's "kindleworld" ID (which has info tweeted by this blogger).

  The direct Facebook web-address connected with the A Kindle World blog you're reading --  kindleworld.blogspot.com -- is http://www.facebook.com/kindleworld.andrys to make it clearer which Facebook page belongs to this blog (and it needs a 'period' between 'kindleworld' and 'andrys').  When already at Facebook, you can just put into searchbox "kindleworld.andrys" ...
(The Shortcut link,otherwise, is http://bit.ly/kindleworld-fb.)

Purpose
  That area will hold some of the blog alerts while mainly making more easily available the reference articles written with answers to common questions about the various Kindle models and their functioning and to make these articles more easily findable by an audience that hasn't come across the blog.

  Am hoping you'll find the Facebook page useful.  If you do enjoy either this blog or the Facebook page it'll help the Facebook site (and this blog) if you decide to click on "Like" which will support it so that it's more easily found.  Thanks for the help.

  Let me know what else you'd like to see there.

  My next guide will be on doing web Gmail on any Kindle Fire in a way that makes that more readable (depending on which web browser you're using) and easier to do.  It'll include a portion on doing this on an e-Ink Kindle as well, though that's a considerably slower experience.  While there are gmail Android apps, a lot is lost on the larger tablets (vs phones)  when using an app, and it helps some of us to see more on the page while having the text very readable.


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