The Kindle Chronicles

A weekly podcast about the Kindle and eBooks with in-depth conversations with guests--authors, technology experts, book industry analysts, Amazon execs, educators, agents, readers, and more.

http://www.thekindlechronicles.com

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TKC 316 Ripley MacDonald


Amazon’s Director of Student Programs Interview starts at 15:59 - Everything that’s available on Amazon is available at the Purdue Student Store. The way to think about it is, once you’ve activated the co-branding or entered Purdue mode,


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 2014-08-22  44m
 
 

TKC 315 Jason Boog


Author of Born Reading (with daughter Olive) Interview starts at 11:27 - I knew then that I had come up with a pretty good mix. I knew she had a print book that she liked, and I knew she had an audiobook that she liked,


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 2014-08-16  44m
 
 

TKC 314 Juli Monroe


Editor of TeleRead Interview starts at 18:34 - I think Amazon has done a better PR job. I think that they’re going to end up getting what they want, because I think Hachette needs them more than Amazon needs Hachette. Show Notes and Links: News -


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 2014-08-09  44m
 
 

TKC 313 Andrew Savikas


CEO of Safari Books Online Interview starts at 20:55 - I don’t have any firsthand knowledge about how things have looked on the Kindle Unlimited side, though it’s certainly notable that for now, at least,


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 2014-08-02  44m
 
 

TKC 312 Stephen Windwalker


Creator of Kindle Nation Daily and BookGorilla Interview starts at 9:23 - I don’t think their market [for Fire phone] is people who don’t have a smartphone now. I think it’s people who have some version of an Android phone or an iPhone,


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 2014-07-25  44m
 
 

TKC 311 Linda Grant


Novelist, Journalist, Author of “I Murdered My Library” Interview starts at 23:05 - I was sitting, reading this novel on my Kindle. And I thought, actually, this is a perfect medium for this particular book [In a Strange Room by Damon Galgut],


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 2014-07-19  44m
 
 

TKC 310 David H. Rothman


Creator of TeleRead and LibraryCity Interview starts at 15:48 - Everyone, I think, would be better off if we replaced DRM [Digital Rights Management] with either no “protection” at all, or else social DRM,


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 2014-07-12  44m
 
 

TKC 309 David P. Vandagriff


Contracts Attorney and Creator of The Passive Voice blog Interview starts at 22:32 - “Predatory pricing” sounds good to people who don’t really understand that law very well. But I don’t see anything in Amazon’s behavior that would support that


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 2014-07-05  44m
 
 

TKC 308 My Grandson James


An 8-year-old Kindle reader Interview starts at 15:56 - You can take a photo and put it on the Kindle of yourself. You would never get to do that to a book, probably! Show Notes and Links: News - Full video of Jeff Bezos’s Fire Phone presentation ...


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 2014-06-28  44m
 
 

TKC 307 Fire Phone Launch


Dave Limp, Senior Vice President - Amazon Devices Interview starts at 27:17 - A good example of a use case on reading, whether it’s the autoscroll in a web page or autoscroll in a book, is on a train. Lots of people in this world commute,


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 2014-06-19  44m