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The coverage of international and natiional news is pretty good, and I didn't see any problem with the local coverage. I also found the movie reviews useful; as far as I can see, the reviewer hates everything I like and I hate everything he likes. As long as he stays consistent, we can work together. The only thing I would like to have change is a little more coverage of military news like on their website.
As Mr. Donovan pointed out in his review, the design and layout works better than a lot of the other offerings. While I suspect Mr. Donovan and I would agree on few other things, he is a honest man.
With the above stated as forcefully as I can, I have to commend The Oklahoman for putting together one of the finest Kindle newspaper presentations available. Like most people, I like to read the local paper for coverage of city and state news, local business, culture, entertainment, etc. and The Oklahoman pulls this off with aplomb. The design is very nice with easily navigable links. The closest thing for the Kindle in comparison, format wise, is the format used by The Nation magazine (ha...The Oklahoman will just LOVE that comparison). But it's all pulled off very well.
So, while the reactionary right holds court in the editorial boardroom of The Oklahoman and angers me everyday, I give them high marks for the design, simplicity-of-use and overall quality Kindle design. It hasn't escaped my attention that their website and multimedia offerings far exceed many much larger papers and they clearly "get it," when it comes to New Media. So, in a sense I am not surprised by this excellent Kindle product. It just angers me that I must rise to the defense of the Kindle edition of a newspaper that probably ranks at the bottom for its editorial and opinion page. But this time, credit where credit is due - kudos to The Oklahoman. Good job and five stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm enjoying it very much and I don't have to waste my time throwing all those papers down the shoot.Published 16 months ago by Carmelitti LeFlore
how the heck do u cancel this subscription. i been searching the dangg kindle machine for two days looking for a way to stop it.Published 18 months ago by Stephen R. Russell
The Oklahoman is not easy to navigate on my Kindle but it is really nice on my ipad as a magazine.Published 19 months ago by jj