Public Notes -- This feature lets Kindle users choose to make their book notes and highlights available for others to see. Any Kindle user -- including authors, their fans, book reviewers, professors and passionate readers everywhere -- can opt-in to share their thoughts on book passages and ideas with friends, family members, colleagues, and the greater Kindle community of people who love to read. This is a new way for readers to share their excitement and knowledge about books and get more from the books they read. To review and turn on Public Notes in your own books, view the Public Notes of people you follow, track your reading activities, see Popular Highlights and your annotations, and view your full library of books, go to https://kindle.amazon.com.
Real Page Numbers -- Our customers have told us they want real page numbers that match the page numbers in print books so they can easily reference and cite passages, and read alongside others in a book club or class. We've already added real page numbers to tens of thousands of Kindle books, including the top 100 bestselling books in the Kindle Store that have matching print editions and thousands more of the most popular books. Page numbers will also be available on our free "Buy Once, Read Everywhere" Kindle apps in the coming months. If a Kindle book includes page numbers, press the Menu key in an open Kindle book to display page numbers.
Before You Go ... -- When you reach the end of the book, you can immediately rate the book, share a message about the book with your social network, get personalized recommendations for what to read next, and see more books by the same author.
New Newspaper and Magazine Layout -- We're introducing a new and improved layout for newspapers and magazines. This new layout gives you a quick snapshot of the news and helps you decide what you want to read first.
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This is cool.
Here are the public notes for my book, Get Seen:
Make sure you carefully choose which kindle you have or the update won't work.
For my Kindle, the update was:
Kindle 3G (Free 3G + Wi-Fi) - U.S. and Canadian Customers*: Download 3.1 (Early Preview Release)
Your serial number will start with "B006"
The instructions say to "connect it to your computer using the USB cable."
The USB cable is also the Kindle's power cord. Unplug the cord from the wall adapter and there's your USB cable that you plug into the computer.
If the "Update Your Kindle" is still dim after you copy the file to your Kindle root directory, the update page gives you these reasons for the cause of the problem:
The update file is in the incorrect directory, or was not transferred successfully.The third option is that you copied the incorrect update file over to your Kindle.
Check your software version and make sure you copied the correct software update.