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Political Incorrectness on Kindle
Notes on Device Reading Quality
© 2016 James LaFond
MAY/2/16
Yesterday, my son was walking me through the Kindle process. Once the book file is uploaded, the publisher is given views of how the book will appear on various reading devices, with some of them scrambling graphics and captions. Below are the rankings of the view quality on these devices from best to worst.
1. The android tablet looked as good as the pdf or the print book.
2. The android phone was still an excellent reader.
3. The Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 was a good viewing device.
4. The I-Pad and lesser kindle devices offered a fair visual impression with most of the problems occurring in the front matter and the table of contents. By problems, I mean things such as the title of the section being bumped from the top of the page to the bottom of the previous page. None of these devices changed the content but rather organized it differently.
5. The I-Phone despite its small screen actually justifies the text, meaning that you can have as little as two words on a line.
Screen size really does matter.
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