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FlickFilosopher.com now available on Kindle

It’s a buck-ninety-nine per month for all the posts you can read. Comments aren’t included, however — I think that would make the blog too unwieldly on Kindle. But I’m willing to be convinced otherwise: let me know if not being able to read FlickFilosopher.com comments via your Kindle description is a deal killer for you.

Get yet FlickFilosopher.com on Kindle!



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  • I don’t have a Kindle, so bear that in mind, but being able to post comments and interact with you is a significant part of the reason I come here; makes things more fun when I can participate in a conversation about stuff and not just read articles.

  • MaryAnn

    Well, you won’t be able to post comments from Kindle. Kindle does not offer Internet access. You’d just be able to read.

    Kindle wouldn’t be a replacement for visiting the site for anyone who wants to participate in the comments section. But it could be a way to keep up when you can’t be online.

  • Mark

    Kindle does not offer Internet access.

    Kindle has a “basic web browser”; the full version of FlickFilosopher.com would probably be too much for it to be useable, though. But you could in theory post comments that way.

  • misterb

    I don’t have a Kindle, but I like reading books enough to want one. A couple of questions , if you don’t mind:
    1) what happens to the videos you post online?
    2) what is the advantage of getting FF on the Kindle that makes it worth $1.99 a month more than reading (and commenting) for free online? Is it ad-free?
    3)Will you have Kindle-only content?

  • MaryAnn

    Kindle has a “basic web browser”; the full version of FlickFilosopher.com would probably be too much for it to be useable, though. But you could in theory post comments that way.

    But then you’re accessing the site through the browser, not through the Kindle reading system.

    1) what happens to the videos you post online?

    They won’t appear in the Kindle version. It doesn’t do video. (At least as far as this blog service goes. Though I wouldn’t be surprised if that changed in the future.)

    2) what is the advantage of getting FF on the Kindle that makes it worth $1.99 a month more than reading (and commenting) for free online? Is it ad-free?

    It *is* ad-free. But the primary advantage, I would think, would be the ability to read the site while not online (say, if you have a long commute by train). It’d be the same reason why you’d subscribe to any of the news/newspaper services that are now or will soon be available over Kindle.

    3)Will you have Kindle-only content?

    No.

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