Hedrick-p40 wrote:We are looking at making a stronger move into publishing LDS content for ereaders. A couple of questions have come out of this, such as:
What ereader device do you use and why?
Up until last month I stuck with my old Palm Pilot M515. I've since joined the 21st century and have a Kindle 3g-WiFi.
Which LDS content would readers like the most?
I'd like a dedicated set of scriptures that are interlinked with each other, as well as the manuals of the Church. At the moment I'm using the Blackberry Quad. I used it on the Palm and find that it's better than what is currently being offered. I've downloaded all the current scripture offerings that are on sale for the Kindle, and find that none of them have what the Blackberry set has to offer.
I think that the number of LDS books that are available on either Amazon or via the Deseretbook site is rather excellent; I must confess however to wondering about the cost setting, an age old argument I know.
I'd like to be able to subscribe to the Ensign/New Era/Church News via Kindle. I've been able to cut and paste material from the Ensign to upload onto the Kindle.
I'd really like to be able to load the General Conference talks or have access to them via the LDS.Org website for downloading all at once.
When you purchase or look for content, where do you go to find it?
Amazon.com for Kindle. When I want a hard copy I'll usually head to the bookstore, or wait until I visit Utah.