Category Archives: e-readers

What’s on the Kobo this week?

I haven’t mention my Kobo in a while. I use it every day. Last week I plowed through several short stories by Anton Chekhov. I found The Witch to be best so far and The Beggar is a close second. … Continue reading

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Kobo update provides new functions

Last semester, I started taking Spanish. I found that my bad high school Spanish was in no way improved with age. I jumped on the net and found a few books in Spanish from Project Gutenberg. I found my old … Continue reading

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Deleting Preview Books On Kobo

Deleting preview books on the Kobo is simple with the right tools. In this case, Calibre is the right tool. If you do not already have this Swiss Army Knife of the e-book world, get it. Do not read or … Continue reading

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Kobo Review

The Kobo Touch was release in mid-2011 with wifi, a standard mini-USB port, SD micro card slot and of course, a touch screen. The Touch is one of the lightest e-readers on the market at 7 ounces. The product has … Continue reading

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Kindle Review

My wife received a Kindle for Christmas. She had shown some jealously when I bought my Kobo so I knew she needed one of these e-readers. The Kindle is less than six ounces, sports a 6″ screen, a standard mini … Continue reading

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