10 Tips for Kindle e-Readers - A Little Extra (Updated)
Thanks to Nicky Hockly (e-Moderation Station) for compiling this list of 10 tips for eReaders, in particular, the Kindle. Of course, the tips are usable no matter eReader you're using--Kindle, Nook, or that new-fangled iPad.
Update: Check out Assorted Stuff's tip on Kindle ebooks.
Nicky shares how important her personal learning network (PLN) was in "catching up." I can't tell you the times I've felt BEHIND after skimming the Twitter stream for a bit of refreshment, seeking out new ideas. That said, once I fight past that feeling, I'm thrilled about what folks are sharing and what I can learn from them. Nicky writes the following:
Not finding exactly what I needed, I turned to my PLN on Twitter and Facebook, and solicited advice. It turned out that quite a few of my network already had Kindles. I was one of the last to be joining the party, it seemed. If you, like me, are arriving late to e-readers, read on.My favorite 3 tips from Nicky's list include the following with a little extra I've noticed:
Here are the top 10 tips I have gleaned via my social networks*.
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