Thanks for the kind words!
Here are some nice things people have said about Bufo Calvin’s Kindle work:
“Kudos to Kindle Community member Bufo Calvin for this tip!”
“Beyond a doubt, Bufo Calvin is the Kindle owner’s new best friend…”
“The best advice I found…”
“Any Kindle owner should get a copy of this book…”
—Andrys Basten, A Kindle World
“I think it is safe to say that we can look forward to a blog unlike any other….highly original”
–Stephen Windwalker, Kindle Nation
August 31, 2009 blog post
“…tons of information…excellent…clear and concise”
—Red Adept, Red Adept’s Kindle Book Review Blog
October 8, 2009 review
“…prolific and much-loved…highly original”
–Len Edgerly, The Kindle Chronicles
August 28, 2009 show summary
“Bufo Calvin is a seriously funny fellow. Bufo’s postings on the Kindle Boards here at Amazon are the stuff of legend – and his blog isn’t simply more of the same: it’s even better!”
—Ten Kindle Blogs You Must Subscribe To: Books, Movies and More Listmania! list by J. Hassler
“I found interesting and useful information in almost every post…excellent, and definitely worth your time and money.”
“…the first person who’s been able to answer my questions and I can actually understand what you are saying.”
–November 10 2009 Amazon Kindle Community post by ryeme
“It’s like getting a letter from a friend every day…I’m hooked on it.”
—Amazon Kindle Community thread, January 7, 2010
“The tips are as if he is reading my mind and the help is priceless.”
Review of the I Love My Kindle blog, February 8 2010
The Writer’s Guide to E-Publishing, March 16 2011
I think this may be my favorite comment so far:
“Bufo’s book is not cr*p.”
–Stephen WindwalkerSeptember 15, 2009 blog post
“I just wanted to send a BIG THANK YOU TO BUFO CALVIN. I’m now on my 4th Kindle (Kindle Fire HD), and I’ve received a tremendous amount of help from the ILMK Blog from my first timid steps on my Kindle, 2nd version. I’ve since upgraded to a black Kindle 3, then to a Kindle keyboard, then to the first Kindle Fire, and finally to my Kindle Fire HD, which I’ve had for about six months. Luckily I found the ILMK Blog in my first week of my first Kindle.
I’m disabled and virtually house bound, and my Kindle is my window to the world outside. ILMK has opened my eyes to many features and tips I would never have found, greatly expanding the usability of my Kindle. I didn’t even know what “FLIPBOARD” or “PULSE” were for example, and both are fantastic – both are everyday musts.
Thanks to BUFO CALVIN for making this busted up old Viet Vam era vet’s Kindle experience so much more than a basic e-reader.