When I got lost one day in my labyrinth of stacked journal articles, receipts, photographs, and other paper detritus, I knew I needed help.
While Timothy Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek (review), might suggest outsourcing the scanning all my documents into digital format for storage, in order to eliminate the paper yet retain the useful information, I first decided to go the manual route. This meant finding a good, easy-to-use, fast, document . . . → Read More: Review of ScanSnap Color Image Scanner
UPDATE 28 September 2011
New Kindles and a Kindle tablet called the Kindle Fire have been announced. Here is a quick overview of the new Kindle products.
UPDATE [ November 24, 2010]: The graphite kindles are out — read my review of the graphite kindles here
UPDATE [November 25, 2009]: There have been a lot of improvements to the Kindle 2 since this post was . . . → Read More: Kindle 2 Review Roundup
It is interesting to hear about Google’s mobile book service, just days before Amazon’s rumored announcement of a new Kindle:
Today we are excited to announce the launch of a mobile version of Google Book Search, opening up over 1.5 million mobile public domain books in the US (and over half a million outside the US) for you to browse while buying your postage. While these books were already available . . . → Read More: Google’s New Mobile Book Search Service
Our cat had kittens, in a box. Here is a short video of her new babies.
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