Calibre ebook management for Kindle or ebook reader

I love Calibre – Calibre is a free open source e-book library management application.  In short – it manages your eBooks like iTunes does for your tracks. I’m late to this game, as Calibre actually launched in 2006 after the release of the first e-ink based reader the Sony PRS-500. Kovid Goyal immediately realised that there were no good tools to convert the books in to the correct formats to be able to read them on the Sony, so with the help of mobileread.com libres500 was born, later to be changed to Calibre in 2008. Today calibre is a vibrant open-source community with half a […]

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Cannot connect Kindle to WiFi ?

Photo from pcworld.com  Over the last couple of days I have heard of two friends that have the new Kindle without 3G that won’t connect to their WiFi at home, but strangely do connect with other WiFi’s.  One of these people is very tech savy and has never had a problem before with any wireless devices. We’ve been searching the internet to find a fix for the problem but as yet have found nothing that works. What we have found is that there are a lot of people having the same problem, and yet some have no problem at all. I wonder exactly […]

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