Kindle

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Kindle’ here at MarkCz.com.
Joseph Conrad Complete Works for Kindle: $3

Joseph Conrad Complete Works for Kindle: $3

Heart of Darkness was the basis for Francis Ford Coppola's legendary movie Apocalypse Now, and a major influence on Anthony Bourdain. Victory resounded through Bob Dylan's song "Black Diamond Bay." Two separate film adaptations of Almayer's Folly have been released in...

The Kindle Fire HD is so stinking cool!

I love to read and never thought that I would have a need for a Kindle or any other e-reader device. There's nothing like the feel and smell of a real book. I like to look at the bookshelves and know that I completed most of those displayed. A few years ago, just for...

Print media getting smaller and smaller

Print media getting smaller and smaller

As a teenage hippie, I used to take the bus to downtown Kenosha to buy big, thick, imported vinyl LPs at One Sweet Dream, our local record store/head shop. Print media was part of the ritual too: Picking up the latest issue of Rolling Stone, folding that big, thick...

Kindle

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Kindle’ here at MarkCz.com.

Joseph Conrad Complete Works for Kindle: $3

Heart of Darkness was the basis for Francis Ford Coppola's legendary movie Apocalypse Now, and a major influence on Anthony Bourdain. Victory resounded through Bob Dylan's song "Black Diamond Bay." Two separate film adaptations of Almayer's Folly have been released in...

The Kindle Fire HD is so stinking cool!

I love to read and never thought that I would have a need for a Kindle or any other e-reader device. There's nothing like the feel and smell of a real book. I like to look at the bookshelves and know that I completed most of those displayed. A few years ago, just for...

Print media getting smaller and smaller

As a teenage hippie, I used to take the bus to downtown Kenosha to buy big, thick, imported vinyl LPs at One Sweet Dream, our local record store/head shop. Print media was part of the ritual too: Picking up the latest issue of Rolling Stone, folding that big, thick...

Pin It on Pinterest