Gifting books on the kindle...

Jeff Francis™ jfrancis at gmail.com
Wed Feb 2 11:38:38 PST 2011


  Here's one of many ways to deal with that:


http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2011/01/how-to-strip-drm-from-kindle-e-books-and-others/


On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 10:52 AM, Lyle Johnson <kk7p at wavecable.com> wrote:

> I've not tried it.
>
> One of the _/*big*/_ drawbacks to the Kindle is that you can't trade a
> book, sell a book or give away a book -- all things you can readily and
> easily do with a printed book.
>
> You can loan a Kindle book, but that only applies to books the publisher
> has specifically enabled for lending, and then there are lots of
> restrictions: the loan is for a 14-day period only, you must wait 7 days
> after loaning before you can loan it again, you must in in the United States
> to loan, etc.
>
> 73,
>
> Lyle KK7P
>
>
>  Has anybody tried this?   Does the resulting email just contain one of
>> those big long magic Amazon codes?   Would there be a better way for
>> the boss to use the company credit card to buy me ebooks?
>>
>
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