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A special gift was delivered to Central Indiana students with learning disabilities Wednesday. Amazon presented 75 Kindle e-readers to The Hutson School which an Indianapolis-based school specializing in the education of children with dyslexia and other...
Tags: Dyslexia, Education, Learning Disability
firstname.lastname@example.orgInstalling old 32-bit software on a new 64-bit computer running Windows 7 or higher can be a challenge. This week, I will be addressing this issue, in particular what happens when one tries to install an older Adobe CS2 Suite that previously was used on...
Tags: Linux, Hulu, Entertainment, Microsoft Corporation, Gaming
South Florida Sun-SentinelThis popular offer is back again! Get a free yearly AARP membership if you're age 50 and over from the American Association of Retired Persons. If you already have an AARP membership, it will be extended for 12 months for free, too. A yearly membership...
In a move that could provide a boost to the small but growing digital comic book business, DC Comics has signed deals to sell comics through online stores owned by Apple, Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Previously, comic book readers could only buy digital...
AP National WriterThe "Wimpy Kid" is returning to his digital roots. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" creator Jeff Kinney, a major e-holdout among children's authors, has agreed to make his illustrated, top-selling series about the trials of middle schooler Greg Heffley...
Embracing new technology instead of resisting it will keep his business afloat in coming years, said Matt Norcross, owner of McLean and Eakin, an independent bookstore in downtown Petoskey. Surrounded by heavy, hardcover books in the basement of his...
WDBJ7 ReporterYou get Amazon's Kindle Fire just for calling. Do you risk it for a 50/50 shot at an iPad Mini? K92 in Roanoke offers up a free Kindle just for being the 19th caller during the giveaway. Then the caller gets a 50/50 chance to trade the Kindle for an...
CNNAmazon and Apple have informed some e-book buyers that they'll receive credits for future book purchases, as part of a recent settlement three major publishers signed to settle a price-fixing lawsuit. Eligible Kindle e-book customers will receive credits...
Mary Morton moved away from Baltimore earlier this year but returned on Sunday for the city's annual book festival. Morton, who now lives in Hagerstown, has attended almost every Baltimore Book Festival since its inception in 1996. The festival has...
Books and music go way back — at least as far back as the epic poets, whose tales of heroic deeds were sung to gathered Greeks long before they were stuffed between two covers for high school students. When singer-songwriter Joe Pernice signed his...
Contributing WriterIn today’s world, everyone wants to be green. People are looking for ways to do the things they love in a way that’s kinder to the environment, uses less resources and preserves natural resources. This week I got to thinking about ways our...
South Florida Sun-SentinelTry out Amazon Instant Video and watch thousands of moves and TV shows with a free one-month trail of Amazon Prime trial available for a limited time. The massive online retailer is offering details about the deal on the Amazon.com's Facebook page....
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