Len Edgerly of The Kindle Chronicles asked a question in the John Delaney Town Hall tonight

Len Edgerly of The Kindle Chronicles asked a question in the John Delaney Town Hall tonight

I’ve been on Len Edgerly’s

The Kindle Chronicles

a few times, and it’s always been a good experience. I feel safe in saying it’s the leading Kindle podcast: Amazon CEO (Chief Executive Officer) Jeff Bezos has been on it.

As my regular readers know, I try to avoid talking about politics in this blog. Sometimes, politics directly impacts e-books, e-publishing, the Kindle, and Amazon, and I may need to mention that (for example, a Presidential candidate just recently announced an idea to break up very large tech companies…including Amazon), but your politics should not affect your comfort level with reading this blog and contributing to the conversation through comments.

Len doesn’t make that solid a demarcation, and I have to say, it was exciting when I heard Len’s name and saw the podcaster ask a question of John Delaney during a CNN town hall tonight.

I don’t want to discuss the question and response, of course, but it was cool to see Len part of this process.

Just to clarify, Len and I have had some correspondence, I’ve been on the show, but the only time we’ve “met” has been in Virtual Reality. 🙂

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This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.

5 Responses to “Len Edgerly of The Kindle Chronicles asked a question in the John Delaney Town Hall tonight”

  1. Lady Galaxy Says:

    You didn’t leave enough bread crumbs for me to find whatever you were talking about.

  2. Lady Galaxy Says:

    I was already aware of the senator’s desire to break up Amazon. I still don’t know what question Len Edgerly asked on a CNN Town Hall and guess I never will. It’s frustrating to have one’s interest piqued with no way to find the answer. Kind of like when somebody goes, “I know something you don’t know and I’m not tellin’!”

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