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If you’ve been enjoying the articles here, you’ll want to pick up my first ever DMM book: The Digital Media Mom’s Guide To High Tech In Plain English, where I’ve gathered 103 of the most popular and useful posts from the site into a single, take-along volume. No more need to search the site for [… Read More]
Amazon’s Crunching Some Numbers, And We Can Influence Those Numbers As I recently wrote in a piece for Kindle Fire on Kindle Nation Daily, which was entitled Tell Amazon How Much You Want To Pay By Buying Discounted Instant Videos: – – – – – Amazon is unbelievably good at knowing what consumers are willing [… Read More]
Maybe you’ve heard about all those great free and bargain Kindle books, but immediately dismissed them because you don’t have a Kindle. You might also be one of those folks who does own a Kindle, but would like to be able to read your Kindle books on your smart phone on your way to and [… Read More]
I recently got this question from a site visitor and thought it’s probably something a lot of site visitors are wondering, so here goes. High Definition (HD) vs. Standard Definition (SD) In a nutshell, the difference between high definition and standard definition images is the number of pixels contained in the image on display. [… Read More]
It’s A Good Time To Stock Up On Digital Videos At Amazon – You Won’t Believe What’s On Sale, Or For How Little!
In my ongoing campaign to replace all my movies on disc with digital versions, I frequently check Amazon’s Instant Video Store** to see if any on my to-buy list are on sale. Amazon usually puts a new list of Instant Videos on sale at the start of each month, replacing whatever was on sale [… Read More]