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e-Books and Kindle Sitting in a Tree K.I.S.S.I.N.G!

K is for Kindle. An electronic reader which is as thin as most magazines, lighter than a typical paperback, and has
3G wireless which lets you download books in under 60 seconds.

I is for iPhone and iPod Touch. iPhone and iPod Touch users are able to download a free Kindle app and buy e-books to read on their device.

S is for Smart. Smart business move by Amazon.com to release the free application for iPhone and iPod users.

S is for Snuggle. I think e-books have their place, but I will always prefer to snuggle with my daughter while reading a “real” book.

I is for iTunes. The place you can find the free Kindle application.

N is for No. No book to read while your toddler takes a nap in the car or stroller? If you have the Kindle app on your iPhone you could be reading a book in less than 60 seconds. I think that’s pretty handy.

G is for Generation. e-Books are the beginning of the future, the next generation, the latest generation.

With the availability of e-books increasing everyday, and the buzz about the Kindle 2 and its new application available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, I wonder what is in store for our future. I would love to hear what you think.

Link: Your iPhone Is Now a Kindle Too, by Blogs.com.

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