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Send To Kindle Button and Tech Frustration Friday For 12/13/13

First things first: you may have noticed there’s a new widget at the top of Digital Media Mom posts: the Send to Kindle button. Whether you’ve got an actual Kindle device or just use the Kindle Reader app on your computer or mobile device, you can use this handy little guy to send any article [… Read More]

What’s Vegan Leather?

I don’t know this for certain, but I’m pretty sure there used to be rules about using the word “leather” in advertising copy and product names, specifying that manufacturers and advertisers could only use that term if their product was made from some kind of animal hide. Well, those days are over. Now, you’ll find [… Read More]

7 Reasons Why A Kindle Fire Is Your Best Holiday Tech Buy

Forget about the misery of Black Friday sales, forget about spending $300 or more for a game console, forget about forking over $500 or more for an iPad…if you’re thinking of buying a tech gadget for anyone on your holiday gift list, the new line of Kindle Fires is your best buy. Here are seven [… Read More]

The End Of The Nook Tablet?

If you’ve been thinking about getting a new tablet computer and one of the Barnes & Noble Nook devices was on your list of possibilities, you should probably cross it off now. 7/18/13 UPDATE: And if you already own a Nook or have purchased many Nook books from B&N, you should probably read this companion [… Read More]

Dear Kapersky and Avast Security:

Stop sending up the same alarm for adware and bloatware as for malware, which are actual viruses and trojans. You are wrong to do this, because there’s a BIG difference between adware/bloatware and malware, and you’re misleading people who use your products into thinking: 1. Your program is “protecting” them from stuff that isn’t really [… Read More]