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How to Hide Embarrassing Titles on Your Kindle
Docs & Non-Fiction (Computers / Tech, How-To)
[ 2:13 - from cnet ]
One of the joys of a Kindle is you can download pulpy romance, self-help titles, or, you know, "blue" material and no one can see the covers and know what you're reading. Except the Kindle is such an attention-getter, everyone wants to look and touch. So how do you hide the ones you don't want ANYONE to know you read? Watch CNET's Molly Wood explain the simple process. And thank you, Molly, for the most useful how-to video ever. Not that I have anything on my Kindle I want to hide. Cough, cough.
eGuider: Daisy Whitney
Multimedia Reporter, Journalist, TV Week, New Media Minute
Daisy Whitney is a writer, producer, on-air correspondent, podcaster and expert in the new media business. She writes and reports for Beet.TV, NBC's KNTV, MediaPost, TVWeek’s NewsPro, Emmy Magazine and This Week in Media. As a senior content producer, she programs conferences for iMedia. She is also the host and creator of the New Media Minute, her own weekly news report on the business of online video that is produced in partnership with NATPE and carried on Beet.TV, the Huffington Post and ABCNews.com. Daisy also provides strategy consulting on online video. She is the author of the forthcoming novel THE MOCKINGBIRDS, to be published by Little Brown. Her Web site is daisywhitney.com.