My friends got together and bought me a Kindle because they worried I was spending too much time on the web and not enough time reading books. And it worked. I read several books on my Kindle. Then I realized that I can easily send longer articles from the web to my Kindle -- you know, those pieces that you either have to print out or that you just stop reading. Now I'm spending even more time on the web, searching for great articles to send to my Kindle.
Fortunately, those same friends are helping me out by finding more great content to add to what has become delivereads. I usually send out a few delivereads a week - each one has 2-5 articles. I don't expect everyone to want to read every article, but it's an easy way to have some great content delivered to your favorite digital reading device with no extra work.
I've been finding and sharing great stuff on the web during more than a decade of blog and newsletter writing on a variety of topics. My current blog is called Tweetage Wasteland, Confessions of an Internet Super Hero. It's syndicated at NPR, Gizmodo, Forbes and Huffington Post.
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