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Peter Meyers designs, speaks, and writes about digital books. After co-founding pioneering multimedia textbook publisher Digital Learning Interactive, he launched a successful career as a freelance journalist, writing about the strange and wonderful effects of computers on mainstream culture for many publications, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Wired, Salon, and the Village Voice. During a subsequent five-year tour of duty at O’Reilly Media he worked in the Missing Manual group, serving as managing editor and associate publisher. His most recent writing projects include Best iPad Apps (O’Reilly Media, 2010) and Breaking the Page: Transforming Books and the Reading Experience. Peter's undergraduate degree is from Harvard, where he studied American history and literature, and he has an MFA in fiction from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. You can follow him on Twitter @petermeyers.
It was better than the paperwork that came with my Kindle Fire.Published 1 month ago by Sonnenstadt
The manual was written in a very easy to understand format and indepth information. I learned a lot from it.Published 5 months ago by Janice Hudson
I like this manual. IT is easier to understand for an older non technology person. I wish I had.bought this book first.Published 6 months ago by donna
I already had the Gen3 and I loved it - I liked the fact that you could very simply delete a book if you want to by just pressing a little rolling thing - I got Kindle Fire as a... Read morePublished 7 months ago by ms
The Kindle Fire was my first tablet, and I'm just old-fashioned enough to still need a manual. This one answered alot of questions that I had. Worth the money.Published 8 months ago by Katamb
As I have said in the past, I need extra help with technical devices and am always thrilled when I find these books that help me move into the 21st century. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Menow
Buying an e-book for an item you can't figure out is not cool. You have to know more to simply open the book and use it as a tool.Published 8 months ago by Edwina Young