- File Size: 958 KB
- Print Length: 62 pages
- Publication Date: October 5, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FO8ZZYO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #287,752 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Cheapskate Rules: 21 Easy Money-Saving Tech Secrets Kindle Edition
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WELL worth the couple of dollars.
I emailed Rick yesterday whether I could read the book on my 17" MacBook Pro. He answered yes today. I paid for the book and it downloaded almost instantly to my computer. The print is large and the book is easy to read and turn pages. That was my main concern, because I am used to reading paper books and turning paper pages. Also I might want to print a page on how to save so I would not have to remember. I was able to print page 1 as a test. This will come in handy.
I will submit another review when I finish the book.
I found out about it via Rick Broida's column, The Cheapskate blog.
Its small, cheap, & quick to read.
It has a few things I already knew, a number of 'rules' that I'll never[?] use, and some pretty good tips. Of course, you mileage may vary, due to your particular usage.
Because The Cheapskate blog let its 'subscribers' know about a 'special', I got for $2.99US, instead of the usual $4.99US.
[That's a good example of why I read The Cheapskate blog! 40% off is a GREAT savings.]
Here's a tip many may know that worked great for my first read. I opened the book in my iPhone Kindle app after setting up the phone to use Accessibility Narration set to use a triple click of the home button. So, I connect my phone to my car stereo like I would for playing MP3's, but with Kindle launched and the book open, I triple click and the swipe down with two fingers. From them on my eBook essentially becomes a Audio Book. This made my commute a great learning experience and distracted me for traffic just making me angry! ;)
Thank again for a great book. Hope you are already working on the second one! :)