Top Ten More Kindle Jokes

Due to popular demand I managed to dig up ten more Kindle Jokes. Some are not so funny but hey, beggars can’t be choosers 🙂
Note: I’ve fixed the formatting inside this table over and over again, week after week but it bunches back up every time I come back to it. Arrrgggg…Gremlins? I guess I’m going to have to create a new template.

Top Ten More Kindle Jokes

  Good Book: A Page Turner
—–
Good Kindle eBook:
A Page Clicker
  Mom: What do you think of my new Kindle?
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Kid:
I think it’s pretty useless.
Mom: How so? I like using it to read.Kid: Yeah but where’s the camera?
  Q: What do you call an eReader virus?
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A:
A bookworm.
  Overheard:
Yo mamma is so stupid she bought a repair eBook to fix her Kindle.
  Kindle Owner: My Kindle doesn’t work right, I can’t read in the dark.>>>>>
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Kindle Service:
Have you tried turning a light on?

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Kindle Owner: But the Kindle doesn’t seem to have a light.Kindle Service: Next question.
  Q: Why does Ray Bradbury hate the Kindle?
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A:
Publishers want him to edit the temperature in Fahrenheit 451.
  Email to Kindle Help: Are Self-Help Books available in Kindle format?
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Email to Kindle Owner:
If I assisted you with this issue,

wouldn’t that defeat the purpose?
  Kindle #1: What did your owner think of the Joke ebook she downloaded? Kindle #2: She never finished it?
Kindle #1
:
Why not?
Kindel #2:
It cracked me up.
  Q: What kind of dog will fetch your Kindle?A: A Golden E-triever
  Q: How many publishers does it take to publish an ebook for Kindle?
A: Three. One to do the publishing and two to hold the author down.

Q: How many authors does it take to self-publish an ebook for Kindle?
A: One hundred.
1 author to write, publish, and tweet about it.
99 authors to Retweet it.

I wish I could cite individual jokes but they came from a variety of places often without a source listed, and most were altered in some way. Some were rewritten from the Kindle boards and some are adapted from well known generic jokes.

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Resources for Stranded Borders’ eReader and eBook Owners

In a 8/2/11 post, The Digital Reader blog author Nate Hoffelder provided Answers and Resources for the dilemmas that could send  Borders’ Digital Devices and eBook owners adrift. Rather than reinvent his excellent wheel, here’s the link to his post titled:

Q: Will my ebook reader die with Borders?
http://www.the-digital-reader.com/2011/08/02/q-will-my-ebook-reader-die-with-borders/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheDigitalReader+%28The+Digital+Reader%29

After checking out this post, check out other posts at The Digital Reader  which is a valuable resource to any one interested in digital reading. I subscribed to the blog for personal interests and to keep me abreast on issues related to my own blog as well.

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