Sunday, December 5, 2010

Updating of Best Kindle Bookmarks for Kindle web browser.

This is just a link to the updated blog entry for the free, downloadable Best Kindle Bookmarks for the Kindle Web Browser;  for some reason, the Google Reader does not place older updated articles at the top, even when they have new dates on them, so this is to make sure RSS readers can find it.

As mentioned there, today's update was to add special links to Facebook and to Google News that work better on all the Kindles.  I also explain what can't be done on the Kindles at those sites.

I also modified some of the notes about all the links to try to make the tips a bit clearer. The filename remains the same, so you can just re-download it if you already have the older copy. Below are ways to Share this post if you'd like others to see it.
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1 comment:

  1. I have written a new website called which has hundreds, if not now over 1000 of links perfect for a Kindle browser. I set myself the simple rules. I wanted to see a high quality site, where I did not need to change the settings for the font or the screen settings.

    I then linked to the best sites and organised them in a sensible order. I hope you like the list.


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