Today, a look at fonts on the Kindle and which one you should use for reading. Also, a new Google app brings museums to your Android phone, a look at why Chromebooks are not a replacement for your Windows PC and a spotlight on women writers and romance book sales. In deals, you’ll find running shoes and Stargate series bundles on DVD and Blu-ray.
Daily Links for day, July 22, 2016:
Google’s New App Brings Hundreds of Museums to Your Phone (Wired) Don’t you just love the idea of a museum to go?
Which Font Should I Use On My Kindle? (Fast Company) Some tips on choosing your font, a look at why options are so limited and some design thoughts for the future.
Chromebook shipments are exploding, but not replacing Windows PCs (PC World) I love my Chromebook, but when my primary computer died, it became really apparent why these are not a replacement for a Windows machine.
Maverick women writers are upending the book industry and selling millions in the process (Quartz) I really like the line that says romance readers are “addicts with e-readers.”
Deals of the Day:
Kobo’s Daily Deal is also Absolutely A Memoir by Joanna Lumley. The Extra Daily Deal is The Girl with Seven Names: A North Korean Defector’s Story by Hyeonseo Lee and David John.
iTunes’ Weekly Bestsellers Under $4 includes The Monkey’s Raincoat by Robert Crais.
Google is having an E-originals for under $3 Sale.
(A note on Daily Deals: All prices current at the time of posting and subject to change. Most items marked Daily Deals are good for only the day posted.
Many large promotions have discount pricing that is set by the publisher. This usually means that titles can be found at a discount price across most platforms (with iTunes sometimes being the exception). If you have a favorite retailer you like to patronize, check the title on that website. There is a good chance that they will be matching the sale price.)
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