Mar 30 2012

Kindle edition of Digital Habitats

Published by at 2:39 pm under Events,General,Resources

It has been a while in coming! People have been asking about an e-book version of Digital Habitats since it was published almost 3 years ago!  It seems logical, given that technology is a central theme of the book.  Especially when it’s been assigned as reading in a class or workshop and people have scruples about using paper.

Now Digital Habitats is now available in a Kindle edition for $9.99:

It turns out that all those tables and pictures that make the book a practical handbook made it take a lot longer to put it in an electronic format.  And it took us a while to get to it.

Eventually it will be available on other platforms, but we’re starting with Kindle since free Kindle apps are available on Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Android and Windows Phone 7!

The electronic version goes with the other resources we’ve provided online, such as:

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4 Responses to “Kindle edition of Digital Habitats”

  1. [...] John wrote on the book blog, It has been a while in coming! People have been asking about an e-book version of Digital [...]

  2. Manuelon 18 May 2012 at 3:55 pm

    Hi:
    How are you doing? I am quite interested in reading your book. I would like to buy the ebook but it is only for kindle… but I don’t have kindle. Is there any other way I can get the electronic version in another format that is not the kindle one?
    Regards and thanks for the response.
    Manuel

  3. John David Smithon 18 May 2012 at 10:20 pm

    Hi Manuel,

    You don’t actually have to have a Kindle device — just a Kindle account, which I believe is free. There are (free) Kindle readers for PCs and iPads, for example, that are actually quite good for reading a Kindle file.

  4. fredericon 12 Jul 2012 at 7:48 pm

    I have a kindle and would read it on both the device, as well as online. Graphs and other non-text items look better online–and as John mentioned the kindle app is free. Here’s the link I found for the NA Amazon store.
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?docId=1000493771
    I’m buying this even though I have a lot of experience in mediating electronic discourses–you can never know enough.

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