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  1. Available in a variety of formats at the California Digital Library Newton's Principia : the mathematical principles of natural philosophy (c1846) 3rd most popular download as of this posting.
  2. Updating my mini-guide for Kindle users My free online mini-tutorial for Kindle users--“Kindle 3 How To: Notes to share”--has been updated. The added Note 11, for a potential writer of a Kindle book, describes how to create an active table of contents. Writing it was a real pedagogical challenge, especially displaying invisible components. The link is: http://pages.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski//kindle/kindle2.html Feel free to share this link with others. Comments, as always, will be appreciated. Also share what you know about kindling. Thank you in advance.
  3. KINDLE FOR BEGINNERS My mini-book about using Kindle is available at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006E4PBK0 It describes only those basic tasks which I actually performed. The title is KINDLE HOW-TO: NOTES TO SHARE; the price is less than one dollar. Each short note describes a different task, as shown below: Table of Contents Introduction Note 1: Kindle's keys and buttons Note 2: How durable are Kindle's batteries? Note 3: Extracting text from a Kindle book Note 4: Kindle's wireless channels Note 5: Private documents on Kindle Note 6: Archiving my Kindle books Note 7: Finding a phrase in my Kindle book Note 8: Grouping Kindle books into collections Note 9: Reading Kindle books on my computer Note 10: Writing Kindlle books Being a beginner I would like to know what more knowledgeable people think about this mini-book. If you are one of such people then contact me by email at [email protected] and I will send you the mini-book in Word format. Your comments will help me to improve the book. Yes, I am contemplating a second edition, after becoming more knowledgeable. Please share the link with those who might be interested.
  4. Publishing a Kindle Book 1) Inspired by The New York Times article about Kindle publishing (October 24, 2011), I prepared the third edition of my "Tyranny to Freedom ..." book, submitted the manuscript and the book was on the market in less than 24 hours. It costs only $0.99, the lowest permissible price. By the way, there are no shipping charges for Kindle books, delivered via Wi-Fi. 2) Those who want to learn from my limited technical experience producing a Kindle book are invited to visit this website: http://csam.montclai...indle/toc1.html 3) Will kindle devices replace traditional books? I do not think so. But many people say that I am wrong. Ludwik Kowalski (see Wikopedia) .
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