Daily Links: Paper, ereader, tablets, phones: Reading goes eclectic

daily_links_1Today’s links and finds:

Paper, ereader, tablets, phones: Reading goes eclectic (Vancover Sun) – As far as e-reading nowadays, anything goes.

8 Nook And Kindle Hacks You Need To Know About (Bustle) – Good tips for e-reading, especially converting back and forth between PDF, .epub and .mobi.

People are in denial about using devices while walking and being bad at it (Ars Technica) – Yeah. Just yeah.

To Push Moments, Twitter Starts Shoving The Notifications Tab To The Side (Techcrunch) – Seriously, somebody moved the furniture…. Hate it when that happens!

Access Denied (The Awl) – This adds an interesting dimension to the tension between publishing and technology. It also suggests that ad blocking may not be the only factor in magazine and website money woes.

As one of today’s deals, Amazon has a Kindle Fire HD 7″, HD Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB (Previous Generation – 3rd) for just $99. This is the 2013 model (presumably new as it does not say refurbished). This model does not have a camera, microphone, HDMI port or the Mayday function.  This model is has no special offers ads.  The device has a 1280×800 screen resolution resolution at 216 ppi.

Daily Links are interesting links I discover as I go about my online day. The frequency and number of links posted depend upon the daily news. I also post other, different links of interest on Twitter and on the Google Plus eBook Evangelist Page.

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