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Posts Tagged ‘Kindle’


The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic is only a few days away (Titanic sank on April 15th, 1912).  And for those who want to explore its history, I can recommend a free Ebook. The Loss of the S.S. Titanic by Lawrence Beesley is a first hand account from one of the survivors. Mr. Beesley […]

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I really love my Kindle.   I can take all my books with me quite easily. It’s light, portable, and the battery lasts at least a month! When I’m not reading books, my Kindle does a good job as a calculator, stopwatch, and gaming device (through the use of installed programs). When I’m at the […]

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Stuff To Do

As you know form a previous post, I recently attended a meeting of the NCS Great Lakes Chapter. It was nice to get together with fellow cartoonists. One of the highlights at these meetings is the give-a-way of door prizes.  It’s done to raise money for the chapter to pay for future functions.  Cartoonists usually […]

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E Reader

If you were lucky enough to get a new Android phone or Tablet  or even a Kindle for Christmas, then welcome to Linux! These devices all run a version of Linux.  Why Linux?  Because Linux is open and free.  These companies can obtain Linux without having to pay a hefty license fee.   They can […]

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Dave Astor wrote  a very inspiring column over the Thanksgiving weekend.   I met Dave through cartooning.  Dave was the Syndicates reporter at Editor and Publisher. Though the years of attending various NCS events, it was always a pleasure running into Dave.  And, through social media and the internet, I’ve been able to stay on touch with Dave. Anyhow, Dave’s Facebook page lead me to […]

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Books

I’ve been continuing my adventure through the Google Chrome/Chromium browser.  As a cartoonist, I use (and require) software that allows me to digitally alter/edit my cartoon creations.  I also need to do the same for photos for this blog. Since using Google Chromium, I’ve been installing and test driving many different apps.  Chrome/chromium has several photo […]

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I own a Kindle. Lately, I’ve been borrowing books from the local library. It’s a simple process. Borrow the book from the library using the Overdrive website. For me, it’s located at the Ohio Ebook project, powered by Overdrive. Once you find the Kindle book you wish to check out, you add it to your […]

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