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September 20, 2012

LocateMyKindle.com — "Find your Kindle at the touch of a button"

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I wish I could get more excited about this website, which I only learned of yesterday when its Twitter incarnation started following me, prolly because I've been tweeting and suchlike about my brand-spanking new Kindle Fire HD 7" tablet, which arrived Tuesday and has proved very impressive — far better than the flopsweat-drenched Google Nexus 7 tablet, which cost me exactly the same price ($199) but proved about 100 times harder to use for this TechnoDolt®™©.

Anyhoo, I've been getting up to speed with my Kindle (first one I've ever owned as I've long thought that Jeff Bezos was an even better reality distortion field-creator than Steve Jobs, Bezos having convinced millions of otherwise apparently rational and sane people that reading off a grey background was just as good as a real book) with the help of Adam P. Knave, whose interventions via Twitter — @adampknave — have made overcoming the inevitable roadblocks to use moments of brief frustration rather than hours of annoyance and irritation trying and failing to get answers from Amazon's website and Help pages.

But I digress.

Why can't I get excited about LocateMyKindle.com?

Because who cares if I lose it?

The Amazon content is safe and stored in its cloud, ready for me to access via another Kindle.

People — I have a blog to get out that consumes me daily, with its never ending demand for eight fresh posts.


September 20, 2012 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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Glad I could help, sir!

Posted by: Adam | Sep 21, 2012 10:56:02 AM

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