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Andreas Ceatos was born in 1974. He grew up in a tiny village and escaped to the library from the era's communist spirit. Since then he has been a fan of books: he continued his studies in a printing trade secondary school, where he had the opportunity to write as many books (into the computer) as he wanted and could muster. The trade he was studying was called "phototypesetter operator" :), which really sounds funny - and meant that texts are produced not manually, with the use of lead types, but with the assistance of a computer.
At college, he walked further on this path: he became a printing engineer. He later also graduated as an IT engineer, which provided him with the skills that came really handy when editing e-books.
Andreas Ceatos now lives in Budapest with his wife and four children. He loves to tell stories to his kids - mostly out of his own head, not from books, as he always reads aloud something completely different from what the book says. This habit finally drove him to writing a richly illustrated storybook entitled Robbie Stories. The next volume of these stories in on the way as his kids keep nagging him for new stories. Besides, a book for grownups is also in preparation.
This product makes the web browser on the Kindle Touch an essential part of the device. Quick Links acts like an APP, but it's not. It is an eBook. It resides on the Homepage like both an app and an eBook. It follows all the rules of an eBook with page turns and synchronization. Each page is a self contained, categorized collection of Icons for most of the mobile websites found on the Internet. Touch an Icon and it launches the browser and takes you directly to the website with just one touch. It's fast! It eliminates the multiple touches normally required to go through the menu, launch the browser, type in a url, or go through bookmarks for established web links. In moments you are where you want to go on the Internet and you are there on a tablet friendly version of the website. Over 170 mobile optimized websites. Having just been published in May of 2012, all the links are up to date (at least for a while). This is by far the best thing I have found for the Kindle Touch. Amazon should automatically include it when purchasing the device.
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I am new to Kindle and I want to make sure I don't go on sites or download apps that are harmful or not worth the time. This book or guide is perfect for these things I am seeking. Gives plenty of places to go and or look up. They already give you a review for the site so all you have to do is see if it is for you. Thank you for helping those of us who are not kindle friendly as of yet.
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