Several years after the launch of its online e-book store in the U.S., a Kindle Store has finally opened in the UK.
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Occasionally, though, Google Trends is an interesting window into what the paranoid crazies of the world are paranoidly crazy about, and today was one of those days, with “brain eating vaccine” shooting to the top of the chart. What is a brain eating vaccine and where did this trending topic come from? Let’s take a quick look at the making of a trending conspiracy out of a reasonably benign magazine profile in just three steps:
Bad english and even worse staring at the camera,
but here are some impressions from the demo setup of Racer 0.2…
Imcluding screenshots, on-screen-graphics and the first highscores…
Now that Amazon’s UK arm is about to start selling Kindles it was obvious that they should open a Kindle book store. I doubt the prices are any different in real terms, but now you can buy my Kindle books in pounds and pennies rather than dollars and cents.
I found this on the way back from the dentist on Monday, after heading off down one of those alleys you keep going past and wondering where it heads. It’s around the back of some houses, next to garages which can’t possibly be for cars because the only access is via alleys far too narrow for most vehicles.
There used to be a sign beside the gate which would no doubt have enlightened me as to who ran the little green oasis, but it’s been pulled down, so it remains a mystery. Maybe I should go back some evening when people may be around and enquire.