Category Archives: Reading

My Reading Setup on the E-book Readers

Previously I have written about both my T1 and my Glo. Now, I’m writing about my reading setup: files, settings, and whatnots to create e-book articles from non-books and for reading. There are a lot of setups and tutorials available (especially in mobileread), but these are I use the most/ most comfortable in. (not really into using them wirelessly, syncing and stuff)

(warning: the usual I’m in Windows(!!))

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E-Reader Series: Moving to Kobo Glo

Movin’, movin’! (If somebody gets the reference)

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Sony PRS-T1 (aka My Ebook Reader)

I spend 5-8 hours a day on my smartphone and my computer, mostly for reading. It is disruptive to my eyes and sleep cycle so, it was a long wish of mine to have a dedicated ebook reader or e-ink device. In Indonesia though, it does not even have a niche, I’ve never seen anybody with one until I saw one of my upperclassman with 2nd gen Kindle Basic. There is some seller selling ebook readers here, but they sell with very high-profit margin so no, no.

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Watch + Read, Review of Around the World in 80 Trades by Colin Woodman

a. k. a. This is Not Actual Me Being Curious Because This Was An Assignment Before (Hello Professor, Hello My Friends, You’ve Found My Not-So-Personal Blog, Congrats)

Nevertheless, I tweaked this a little bit.

Nowadays, business has been getting easier and easier, especially for us consumers who can buy everything with just one click then just wait for packed and delivered goods to come to our house. This way of trading, although easier, give the disadvantage of not knowing and seeing how real “traditional” trades were executed. Banking analyst Conor Woodman wonders about this too and set a challenge to go around the world in 6 months try to do “traditional” trades, with camera following his movements to be aired as documentary.

20 videos, 4 episodes, 5 10 minute-parts-per video. Hmm, just sacrifice 3.5 hours from your weekend

Quotes: A Short History of Nearly Everything

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