Morning Roundup: Kindle Paperwhite tricks. Reddit having trouble defining news and more
February 28, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Paperwhite Tricks, Touchpad Settings and Flashcards (Lifehacker)
Readers offer their best tips for resetting the time remaining on books or chapters, discovering touchpad features, and flashcard apps.
Pocketbook to Launch Waterproof eBook Reader, the Aqua (The Digital Reader)
New ereader launches might be few and far between in the US but not in Europe. The Ukrainian ebook company Pocketbook has just revealed that they are planning to launch a water and dust resistant ebook reader called the Aqua.
John Steinbeck Gets Google Doodle for his Birthday (GalleyCat)
Google has created a Doodle to celebrate John Steinbeck’s 112th birthday.
Reddit is having the same problem as traditional media: Defining what the news is (GigaOM)
Critics of Reddit point to a moderator’s repeated removal of a Glenn Greenwald story as proof that the site can’t be trusted to do journalism, but in reality the moderator’s behavior is no worse — and in some ways better — than that of a newspaper editor.
Kindle Daily Deals: A Dark-Adapted Eye (and others)