Writing content to be read on Kindle is Jakob Nielsen's topic of the day. Pretty fascinating for any writer to see examples of content that show exactly why:
Adapting content for the Kindle e-book reader requires that you follow an unholy mix of usability guidelines for other environments:
* Print guidelines for body text
* Web guidelines for headlines and summaries
* Mobile device guidelines for page design and interaction design
In the last few months I've seen three people reading with a Sony e-book reader, and nobody with a Kindle. Not surprising, as in New Zealand we can only read Kindle content on an iPhone.
Image (c) Bradleygee on Flickr
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