Happy bookish birthdays (10 August) to…

Happy bookish birthdays (10 August) to…

  • Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games series)
  • Jorge Amado (Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands)
  • Curt Siodmak (Donovan’s Brain)
  • Ward Moore (Greener Than You Think)
  • Nancy Buckingham (the Detective Chief Inspector Kate Maddox series)
  • Hank Searls (The Big X)
  • Lara Morgan (the Rosie Black series)

 


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2 Responses to “Happy bookish birthdays (10 August) to…”

  1. zahadum Says:

    Yiur blogr9ll contains no enteries for wifi/3G trouble-shooting.Your link to the amazon FAQ is invalid.All the top 00 hits from google abiut networking issues are confined so;et to credentials on local wifi networks — not on public wifi networks eg hotspots (which have a login landing page … a facility that kindles are not equipped to handje(?) So where can I get info from the kindle community about network access issues? 😦 Thanx: david

    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPad

    • Bufo Calvin Says:

      Thanks for writing, zahadum!

      I appreciate you taking the time to write! Could you let me know where you saw the broken link? It happens that I’ll post a link which works, and then the source site (Amazon, in the case you describe) changes something in the intervening years (I’ve been doing this for close to nine years). For example, was it on the home page? I’d like to fix it.

      I have written in the blog about trouble-shooting, and I’ve written about network connections, but those things have also changed over the years. Tell me a bit more about your situation: what kind of Kindle do you have? What were you trying to do (for example, were you trying to connect at work to a company intranet, or at a place like a Starbucks)?

      Did you buy your Kindle from Amazon.com/in a USA store? Different geosites for Amazon have different communities/help pages. Here is the device help page for Amazon.com:

      https://smile.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/ref=hp_ss_v3_ds_t4?ie=UTF8&nodeId=200127470

      Here’s a link for the Amazon.com Kindle EBR (E-Book Reader) forum:

      https://www.amazonforum.com/forums/devices/kindle-e-readers

      Hope that helps…

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