Posts tagged: reader

Tai Tran’s Guide to Amazon Kindles, 2011

By , December 26, 2011 12:31 pm

guide amazon kindle dx fire touch keyboard basic mobile device

How many Kindles has Amazon launched?

By , December 17, 2011 6:53 am

As at today there are 13 models of Kindle currently offered:

  1. Kindle DX Wi-Fi
  2. Kindle DX 3G
  3. Kindle Keyboard (was known as Kindle 3) Wi-Fi with Special Offers
  4. Kindle Keyboard Wi-Fi without Special Offers
  5. Kindle Keyboard 3G with Special Offers
  6. Kindle Keyboard 3G without Special Offers
  7. Kindle (was known as Kindle Basic) with Special Offers
  8. Kindle without Special Offers
  9. Kindle Touch Wi-Fi with Special Offers
  10. Kindle Touch Wi-Fi without Special Offers
  11. Kindle Touch 3G with Special Offers
  12. Kindle Touch 3G without Special Offers
  13. Kindle Fire

Models no longer offered:

  1. The first Kindle
  2. Kindle 2
  3. Kindle 3 with Special Offers

Nevertheless, the number of models are distinctively different enough.

  • K-Basic for basic reading without extensive note-taking. This is currently the smallest and lightest.
  • K-Keyboard for those with the need to take note and web-surfing
  • K-DX for larger screen
  • K-Touch for those who crave for haptic interaction
  • and K-Fire for a tablet

Except for K-Fire, the e-Ink technology in the models are essentially the same.

When will Amazon launch Kindle Fire 3G?

Kindle 1 vs. Kindle 2

Kindle 2 vs. Kindle DX

Kindle 3 vs. Kindle 2

Kindle Fire, Kindle Touch, Kindle Basic

How to setup your Kindle to receive documents via 3G and Wi-Fi

By , August 9, 2011 6:55 pm

Read my Kindle 3 Review

You can view your documents on Kindle without plugging your Kindle in. All you have to do is send the document via email to your email and Amazon will automatically convert them to Kindle format. Click here to view formats Kindle 3 support.

You can also send one document to multiple Kindle recipient, as long as your email is approved by the Kindle owners.

You can setup these steps even before your Kindle arrives.

The relationship between viral media and RSS and content

By , May 7, 2009 11:52 am

A response to Techcrunch Steve Gillmor’s controversial article Rest in Peace, RSS

Viral media layer

Blog Feed updated to FeedBurner with exclusive contents for subscribers

By , January 28, 2009 12:39 am

Dear readers,

As part of optimization to give you better experience with this blog, I have replaced the default feed from to

What does it mean?

It means when you click on the RSS button on your browser, you will be redirect to the FeedBurner RSS feed without going to the default WordPress feed.

What’s the advantage of the FeedBurner feed?

While the default feed only contains blog entries, the FeedBurner feed aggregates well-selected Business and Technology news from multiple trusted sources.

Occasionally, interesting presentations and slide shows are also introduced via the FeedBurner feed.

These resources are only offered to FeedBurner feed subscribers, and is not otherwise available.

So what?

If you had previously subscribed to the default WordPress feed, kindly spend a few seconds to update the feed address to

If you have not subscribed to the FREE updates, please feel free to do so with your own RSS Reader or via email update.

If you have subscribed via email, that is the FeedBurner feed already and you don’t have to update anything. is always available for you.


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