SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK, I announce triumphantly that I've saved something to Kindle. It means I'm carrying the information in as clean a format as possible without the need to go online to see what I've downloaded. It feels very empowering to know I can flick through screens that help me revise content, prepare blog posts, and answer questions in my third level classrooms.
I enjoy my "send-to-kindle" routine via a bookmarklet that I've installed in Chrome and Internet Explorer. It's a process that hooks my Kindle e-mail address to Klip.me web services for free. If you've a Kindle, I recommend looking at the free service.
I'm finding, reading, sending and distilling more content now with this elegant send-to-Kindle service. I'm so happy with its reliability.