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Aug 8, 2015

Creator of Dispatches from the Frat House
Interview starts at 14:23 and ends at 40:20
I’d like to write the kind of book that I’d like to read. And immediately there’s that thing in your head that goes, “Why? There are a gazillion books out there. Why would you want to write a book? This little wife in the midwest surrounded by kids—who’s going to want to read that?” And the other part of my brain goes, “Well why not? Why shouldn't I write that? If nobody reads it, I wrote it, I’m happy. So why not?"
“Watch out, Siri, Amazon’s Alexa could be coming to iOS soon” by Jeff Brynes at - August 3, 2015
Alexa Voice Service blog post at Amazon - July 31, 2015
“Why Apple and Amazon Chose to be ‘Frenemies’” by Michael Blanding at Forbes - August 3, 2015
"Frenemies in Platform Markets: The Case of Apple’s iPad vs. Amazon’s Kindle” by Ron Adner, Jianqing, and Feng Zhu at HBS Working Paper Series (Full paper in PDF)
“Amazon Cuts Down on Prime Members Sharing Their Benefits” by Sarah Perez at TechCrunch - August 3, 2015
Tech Tips
Christina Warren’s method for adding author autograph to a Kindle cover - on the Accidental Tech Podcast - May 29, 2015
Kindle Direct Publishing
KDP Pricing Support Beta
Psychotherapeutic Reiki: A Holistic Body-Mind Approach to Psychotherapy by Richard Curtin Jr. - $3.49 on Kindle
Interview with Carie Harling
“ and Evernote” - YouTube video by Carie Harling October 21, 2015
Amazon’s retrieval tool for Kindle notes and highlights
Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebooks
Carie Harling’s “Cheating” post on switching to paper planning tools - March 14, 2013
“Digital Vs Paper Planning” by Carie Harling at Filofax - October 17, 2013
Carie Harling’s “What’s Your Why Not?” site
Stochasticity post 
Awesome Indies
Blue Ink Review
Legimi, a book subscription service in Poland
Google Books
Next Week’s Guest
Harry Bingham, author of the Fiona Griffiths mysteries - 
1. Talking to the Dead
2. Love Story, With Murders
3. The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths
4. This Thing of Darkness

Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named "Well, You Needn't." This version is "Ra-Monk" by Eval Manigat on the "Variations in Time: A Jazz Persepctive" CD by Public Transit Recording" CD. 
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