Check it out! GeekDrop wallpapers for your Nook, Kindle, and so on!, Show the world your love for the Drop, let them all know you know your Geek! Not to mention, these are some slick looking wallpapers!
Hi Guys, Yes I need more help, again.
I am trying to set up my Kindle but I cannot remember the password for the wireless connection. So it either gives me an error message of wrong password, or not enough letters, or the message that I need a wireless connection to continue. When I ask for a map of my wireless connection I get an error message that a router might be incompatible, but I cannot find it on a scan. Does anyone have any suggestions about this sh*tstorm? I appreciate anything you can give me. Julie
I came upon calibre when I was searching for a program to convert an ebook to a format that was compatible with my ebook reader. This is one jammed packed program. Aside from converting any ebooks you might find on the internet to a format compatible with your ebook reader, it manages your ebook collection, it will send the ebooks right to your ebook reader, it also can download for you and store current daily newspapers and schedule their download for you daily.
With all of the e-readers coming out and users wanting more e-books some are turning to piracy. Here is the ethical question if you own the book in hard back is it illegal to download a pirated version of it in e-book form? I mean lets think about this what really is pirating? True pirating is downloading something you didn't pay for. So you didn't pay for the ebook did you pirate? Or did you meet your legal obligation by paying the publisher and the author when you purchased their work? Should it matter that you purchased it in a different format? Wel
Have you ever wanted a certain ebook and couldn't find it? Well its basically all in the way you search. First go to Google then in the search put this:
intitle:index.of chm|pdf <book name here>
Regardless if you call it, a tablet, slate or a pad there are many different features out there. It basically comes down to what are you looking for in one. So I'm curious as to what are you looking for, what do you want?
Well the folks at Gizmodo came out with a guide as to who has what. Here's a comparison chart showing the features of an Apple iPad, HP Slate, JooJoo, Notion Ink Adam, Dell Mini 5 and Archos 7 Android:
Ohhhhh check this out its the "skiff reader". Its larger and its flexable (you can roll it up like a paper)
Its made from Stainless Steel foil and not glass like the others. It can take a beating too, unlike the others. Its also larger, great for papers. The only drawback is that there is no color.
Saw this piece of news today and thought it was pretty cool!
Attention book-readers: Kindle has an iPhone app that lets you do a lot of what you can do with a Kindle, without the Kindle. Also, Amazon says that a Kindle Blackberry App is on the way as well! (yay!) So if you don't have access to a Kindle or the 300-some odd dollars that it costs, have no fear!
So much for the dog eating your homework excuse now some can say well Amazon deleted it off the Kindle. Well now a kid is sueing (class action lawsuit). He spent the summer doing a summer reading assignment on the book "1984" when all of a sudden Kindle deleted it. It pulled that book and the book "Animal Farm" both written by Orwell. Not only did they stop selling it in thier store but they went in and remotely removed it from kindles that were already purchased. They did refund the money that users had paid for it.