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"Somethnig seems to have changed since these instructions came out. I followed them ,but I'm getting "Flash Player incompatible". I am using the hacked version downloaded from the link above. Thoughts? "

Chip on "Watching Amazon Instant Video on Android KitKat Devices - Posted on April 23, 2014


"If you want to use Zinio without the subscription you should visit your libraries' website. We subscribe for our customers, just need your library card and sign up through the library website. BOB "

BOB on "Zinio to automatically renew all your subscriptions from now on - Posted on April 23, 2014


"It's not just that Orbit is only providing password protected PDFs, but the PDFs include all the printer registration marks, which means that if you want to read it on an eInk or small tablet, you have a choice of it being unreadable because the fonts are unreadably small, or if you override the font size, fonts are large enough to read, but you've lost all of the formatting and sometimes the words are ..."

Bruce on "Hugo voter e-book bundle to include entire Wheel of Time series - Posted on April 23, 2014


"Zinio fraudulently renewed my magazines as well. I specifically set my publication to not renew and they charged my card anyway. It's been very difficult to resolve this and feels like a scam. I would never use zinio again. "

Charles Kroner on "Zinio to automatically renew all your subscriptions from now on - Posted on April 23, 2014


"I use Fintie cases for my Nexus 7 and Galaxy Tab 3 7.0. I'm quite happy with the fit and feel of their cases. "

Robert on "Accessory Review: Fintie Kindle Paperwhite case - Posted on April 22, 2014


"As a reader and author of more than 1300 reviews on Goodreads, my observation is that to speak of "reviewers" or "authors" as some kind of monolith is mistaken. I, for one, encourage and enjoy interacting with authors and love to have them comment on my reviews. There are some reviewers and authors, seemingly mostly in the YA and SF genres, who self-righteously like the drama. Those folks are easily and rightly ignored ..."

Eric Welch on "Suing e-book reviewers and being a public jerk: Two bad ideas in one - Posted on April 22, 2014


"What I'm wondering is whether Orbit will finally wake up to the fact that providing only DRM-infested PDFs of their authors' books has done enormous damage to those books' and authors' chances. "

Geoffrey Kidd on "Hugo voter e-book bundle to include entire Wheel of Time series - Posted on April 22, 2014


"And it is fun to fool around with my own personal filter. It makes me feel in control and troll proof when the nice words get through and sparkle and make me happy. The petty, nasty, (uninformed!) comments are left to shrivel in the desert. Easy to do, but takes practice. "

Virginia Llorca on "Suing e-book reviewers and being a public jerk: Two bad ideas in one - Posted on April 21, 2014


"@JT, yes, that sucks, and I agree. The right thing would be for Amazon to release an Android app. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like they are going to any time soon. "

Juli Monroe on "How to stream Amazon Instant Videos on a Nexus 7 or other Android Tablet (video) - Posted on April 21, 2014


"Thanks Juli; deleting the cache does let me watch a video. Unfortunately though, it only works once - each time I watch a video, I have to delete the cache first. Bummer. I wonder what changed - presumably something in Dolphin? I can tell almost immediately when it's not going to work: the font of the "loading" graphic shrinks momentarily before the video actually starts playing when it works. When it doesn't work, the font size ..."

JT on "How to stream Amazon Instant Videos on a Nexus 7 or other Android Tablet (video) - Posted on April 20, 2014


"I don't read the reviews of my work because of this problem. Everyone has a right to their opinion, whether I agree to it or not, doesn't come into it. "

P.A. Wilson on "Suing e-book reviewers and being a public jerk: Two bad ideas in one - Posted on April 20, 2014


"@Nate and Chris, thank you very much guys for keeping an eye on this thread. I was out of town and saw the comment that the old link was dead, but I didn't have any way to research a new link or update the post. You two rock! "

Juli Monroe on "Watching Amazon Instant Video on Android KitKat Devices - Posted on April 20, 2014


"Nate: Updated the link in the article, thanks. "

Chris Meadows on "Watching Amazon Instant Video on Android KitKat Devices - Posted on April 20, 2014


"Here's a download link: http://www.the-digital-reader.com/Adobe-Flash-Player.apk Courtesy of The Digital Reader: http://www.the-digital-reader.com/nates-reviews/stream-amazon-instant-videos-android-tablet/ "

Nate on "Watching Amazon Instant Video on Android KitKat Devices - Posted on April 20, 2014


"Frank, the whole deal with Joe Nobody started when he tried to correct someone over a matter of fact, and we see how that turned out. Or, at least, what he felt was a matter of fact. I'm not in any position to be able to judge whether he was in error or the reviewer was. And that's where you have the problem. When readers aren't sure who's right, all other things being equal, they'll ..."

Chris Meadows on "Suing e-book reviewers and being a public jerk: Two bad ideas in one - Posted on April 20, 2014


"OK, on matters of opinion it's best to keep quiet but what about matters of fact? In your book you say, "The water boiled at 212ºF in our cottage by the sea ..." The reviewer says, "This book is riddled with errors such as water boiling at a mere 212ºF. Anyone who has ever camped out knows that it takes much more heat than that." Can the author not help the reader get the facts ..."

Frank Lowney on "Suing e-book reviewers and being a public jerk: Two bad ideas in one - Posted on April 20, 2014