Kindle Blogging

Glenn Reyolds reports, “So it’s not easy, but you can blog from a Kindle.”

Good to know. But wasn’t the fact that new tools made quickly self-publishing one’s thoughts on the Internet easy the impetus behind blogging? Who wants non-easy blogging tools?

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Comments

  1. Triumph says:

    Good to know. But wasn’t the fact that new tools made quickly self-publishing one’s thoughts on the Internet easy the impetus behind blogging? Who wants non-easy blogging tools?

    But the Kindle really isn’t really designed for blogging, from my understanding.

    It’s kind of like browsing the web from your mobile phone–it’s fine in a pinch, but clearly not your preferred tool if you had other choices.