Lately, particularly on the 7th of this month, The Guardian participated in the world’s third favorite book contest past time, giving a helping hand to the expected death of the book writing as a profession.
Hi! I’m glad to inform you that yet another web to Kindle addon for mobile users has just been released, now for Windows Phone. So, looks like now you can send web pages to your Kindle using any modern smartphone, no matter which operating system it has – Android, iOS or Windows. You can download […]
This is the second issue of our weekly “newsletter” for Kindle fans, I hope you’ll enjoy reading the following stories as much as I did. TED talks are lying to you (Thomas Frank) The creative class has never been more screwed. Books about creativity have never been more popular. What gives? Send copy to […]
This is the first post in this series, and hopefully not the last one :) The idea of the series is quite simple and straghtforward: so many great, inspirational, interesting articles are published every day, every week, so it’s easy to get lost in the countless links, and, at the same time, find your own […]
That’s right, now you can send documents from your PC or Mac to Kindle using drag and drop, without even touching the device, i.e. wirelessly! All you need to do – open this page in your browser, and drag-n-drop to the form the files you’d like to send to your Kindle. You can send up […]
As you can see on the screenshot, I have quite a lot of free space for my personal documents on Amazon servers, but I’m sure there are people who are not so lucky :) If you are one of those people, or just want to make some clearance, I’m sure you’ll find the following tip […]
Yes, Google Reader service will be turned off this summer (the actual date is July 1, 2013), here is the official post on the their blog. And the question is – what are the alternatives? LifeHacker’s article suggests 3 web-based and few desktop alternatives, and, as an active user RSS subscriptions, I’ve took a look at all […]
People often ask me whether or not there is a way to send a web page from the Kindle experimental browser to the same Kindle device. Now I can definately say – yes, there is a simple, elegant way to do that. And the answer is: use s2r.me. The new service has already been covered […]
What are you using to keep the recipes you’ve found online? I guess some use paper, some – more geeky, modern tools like tablet computers, phones along with special or general purpose software like Evernote. Kindle is also an option, but there is one problem with the recipes sent from a web page to the […]
As some of you know, Sendtoreader’s bookmarklet now allows us to not only send web pages in whole to our Kindles, but also any part of those pages, the part we’ve selected on a page. But there is one question – in which situations this new option would be handy? Here is my personal list […]
Good news for European subscribers (premium S2R plan): from now on, you’ll pay $5/mo for Sendtoreader Premium, no matter does your country collect VAT or not. Fair price for everyone, worldwide – that’s my intention.
A quick announcement: the SendToReader bookmarklet has just been updated, so now you can send any text selected on a web page to your Kindle. The new ability can be very helpful in a number of situations: when it’s necessary to send text from a password-protected page: simply select the text you want to send […]
If you have not noticed yet, Amazon has released a new version of its wonderful Kindle for iPhone/iPod/iPad app. And, as a result, you can now send web pages to your iDevices, just like you sent them to Kindle/Kindle Fire! All you need to do – find out your Kindle for iPhone email address which […]