If that’s the goal of Occupy Wall Street, we here in New York City — the born and bred — have a message for you:
Daily Archives: October 2, 2011
SENDtoREADER is a simple web application that allows you to send any webpage to your Amazon Kindle Reader instantly.
This gives your Kindle the flexibility to be your work or leisure time companion with a simple click of the mouse.
Our web app is extremely easy to use. It’s just a bookmarklet (or favlet) which works well in all modern browsers including: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Opera. Version for Internet Explorer is coming soon. Once it’s added to your favorites, you can start sending web pages to your Kindle with a single click. By default, Kindle is a book reader, but with SENDtoREADER you can also make it your personal Magazine.
I think the $79 Kindle will add many more users.
And this will allow it to do much more than read just books.
For more information, see the A Kindle World Blog post: Want to try out Free web-app SendToReader? Webpages to Kindle. UPDATE2
Ripping off Following in the footsteps of Nate at The Digital Reader, I’ve decided to do this. I’ll probably forget, so don’t count on it regularly.
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It's official. More people have been arrested for protesting Wall Street than for crashing our economy.—
Pete Nicely (@LOLGOP) October 02, 2011