good...kindle uses at&t NOT sprint
u can start music w/ shift alt space
screen shot... shift alt g
Over all a good ebook!
Kindle Users Guide
I am excited to learn all the links">tips, tricks and uses for my new Kindle.
Great Reference for New and Existing Kindle Users
This book is a great thing to give or get if links">you are getting a Kindle 2. The chapters are logical and easy to follow. It is a great reference tool. I would would even suggest this book if you need a refresher on using your Kindle. Great buy!
This is a good guide, with some fairly obvious - if one had thought of them - hints about managing and sorting titles on links">your Kindle, and some useful browsing links for finding other books (especially free books) that aren't on Amazon. The main problem - and it is a problem with Kindle 2 itself - is that the Basic Web facility doesn't work at all in the UK (does it work anywhere outside the US?). So advice about websites, google, email and so on are beside the point. To get at those we have to rely on our computers after all. Admittedly we can then download to the Kindle via a USB link, but don't expect to get at the web while on the move with just your Kindle.
From the author and publisher of Kindle Nation Daily (the #1 paid blog in the Kindle Store), here's the inside scoop on the latest generation Kindle (both the Kindle International and the Kindle 2).
TABLE OF CONTENTS includes Part One: FREE - How to Get Millions of Free Books, Songs, Podcasts, Periodicals & Free eMail, Facebook, Twitter and Wireless Web With links">Your Amazon Kindle 2 1. Isn't It Ironic? That Expensive Kindle That You are Holding is the Key to "Free" 2. Find and Download Thousands of Free Books from the Kindle Store 3. Find and Download Free Books from Kindle-Compatible Services (Project Gutenberg's "Magic Catalog," MobileRead and Feedbooks) 4. Find Free Books from the Web, Including Any of Google's Million-Plus Free Public Domain Books, and Read Them on Your Kindle 5. Find and Download Free Book Samples and Free 14-Day Periodical Trials from the Kindle Store 6. Use Calibre to Manage Your Kindle's Free Books and Other Kindle Content 7. Read Blogs, Periodicals, and Other Web Content for Free on the Kindle a. Read Directly on the Web With the Kindle Web Browser b. Set Up a Google Reader RSS Feed for Your Kindle c. Flag and Send Interesting Web Content with Instapaper 8. Fetch the News, Newspapers and Magazines, and Other Content with Calibre 9. Use Kindle Nation Daily's Free Book Alerts 10. Unlock the World of Free Audio on the Kindle 11. Use Free Email, Facebook, Twitter and Other Services on the Kindle 12. Use Kindlepedia for Free Wikipedia Research on Your Kindle 13. The Mythical $9.99 Price and the ABCs of Kindle Store Pricing 14. The Politics of "Free" Books in the Age of the Kindle 15. Why Your Kindle's Free Wireless Web Browser is a Revolutionary Feature, and Why Amazon Should Keep it Free 16. Tips for Making the Most of Your Kindle's Free Features a. Check Sprint's Wireless Coverage b. Kindle Gift Certificates c. A Directory of 500+ Kindle-Friendly Web Links Part Two: What's New With the Kindle 2 Enhanced Design and Placement of Buttons, Switches, Bars and Keyboard A 5-Way Joystick Controller for Better On-screen Navigation The New Kindle Battery and Charging Options What's Inside the Kindle 2 An Enhanced, More User-Free Kindle Reading Environment Let Your Kindle Read to You with a New "Read-to-Me" Feature Hands-Free Reading Options Improved Periodical Navigation Improved Reading and Web Navigation with the Joystick and the Back Button Zoom in to Enlarge Graphics, Tables and Pictures Instant On-Screen Dictionary Lookup WhisperSync Feature Allows Instant Synchronization of Catalog and Reading Place Across Kindles and Other Devices Slightly Improved Content Management and Sorting Opening, Deleting, and Restoring Kindle Content An Electronic Paper, e-Ink Display Screen, Purpose-Built for Long-Form Reading and Easier Navigation The Best Features of the Original Kindle, Improved Whispernet Wireless Connectivity: The Kindle's Connection to Millions of Books Instant Access to a Growing Amazon Catalog Greatly Improved Free Wireless Web Access Emailing Content to Kindle