Amazon just added access to your Kindle notes and highlights—the ones you make on your Kindle—from your web browser. Just sign in at kindle.amazon.com and you'll see them.
I still prefer a paper book, but I might consider diving into the digital word a bit more with Calibre. It helps you manage your e-book collection and convert them to popular mobile formats.
Now that we've seen Amazon's Kindle 2, unveiled by Jeff Bezos today in New York, I can't help but conclude that the more powerful machine provides only a slim additional reader benefit. Here's why:
How does the new Amazon Kindle stack up size-wise when compared to the original version? Well, the first Kindle measured 7.5" x 5.3" x 0.7" while Kindle 2 clocks in at 8" x 5.3" x 0.36".