Sunday, November 30, 2008

An Experiment

Testing, testing, 1 2 3.


  1. Ha . . . it worked. I can post to my blog from my Kindle. Awesomeness.

  2. Now, can you Twitter, or update facebook from Kindle?

  3. Am I coming in clear?

    Oh technology, is there nothing that you can not do?

    I'm just wondering when Kindle music stands are going to be invented. It would save on all that page turning in concerts.

    Rock on!


  4. Ahh, to be young and not afraid of technology. I'm just pleased when I can comment on your blog or post on the blog a few writer friends and I started.

    For the older crowd like me (over 40), what is Kindle and what is Twitter?

  5. Be afraid. Be VERY afraid...! ;-)

    -- Dawn

  6. Kindle: Amazon's Wireless Reading Device.

    A Kindle is an electronic book. I wish my kid would get one for his textbooks. (His backpack weighs 22 pounds, in part because he's reading Half Blood Prince)

    Nothing will ever take the place of a good old book in your hands but I can see how Kindles would be great especially if you travel a lot.

    Twitter is trickier to explain... mini blog posts? Short sentences telling what you are doing? I don't Twitter so I"m not an expert. I do know that posts are called "Tweats" and it seems like it would eat up a lot of time. People use it to network.


  7. Thanks, Marilyn. I saw a Kindle on one of the morning shows this morning.

    I agree, there is nothing like holding a book. It's like owning a little piece of someones creativity.

    So a Twitter is like a mini blog or a live journal...right?

    Thanks again!

  8. to my blog from my kindle...would have sounded like a child's pretend game, not so very long ago.

  9. FYI: The little messages on Twitter are called tweets. Note the two Es.

    And for a great explanation watch Twitter in Plain English -

    (I love that site~)

  10. Thanks, Daniel! By the time I'm 50 maybe I'll be caught up on technology.