Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Unusual items bought by Kindle owners

Kwik Tek Dry Pak
Multi-Purpose Cases (clear, 9" x 12").
    Kindle owners swear by these for protecting their Kindles from water and sand at the beach.  Believe it or not, many in the Kindle forums report they use this to read when relaxing in the tub :-).  You'll see that in a couple of the reviews too.

Protective Decal Skin Stickers

    Very popular with Kindle users in the discussion forums.  If you're tired of the white of your Kindle, this is a way to change it while protecting it.  A black skin will make the gray screen appear lighter, by the way.

And an unusual free item this week: the Kindle version of the original script for the new Showtime Original Series NURSE JACKIE, starring three-time Emmy® winner Edie Falco.  This is clever marketing by the Showtime comedy series starting June 8, Mondays at 10:30PM (ET/PT). 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.

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