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Amazon currently sells audio adapters that enable visually impaired Kindle owners can have their audiobooks read aloud to them. Normally, this adaptor costs around $US20 ($28), but you can make your own for as little as half that.
Shelfie, formerly known as BitLit, already lets you take a photo of the physical books you own and get matching ebook copies. Now they’re throwing audiobooks into the mix, so you can listen to the books on your bookshelf too.
It’s nice to immediately find what book you’re looking for with a quick search, but part of the magic of libraries and bookstores is stumbling upon great books you weren’t looking for. These tips can make exploring Google Books feel more like that.
IKEA Hackers is one of our favourite websites when it comes to clever DIY furniture tips. Unfortunately, the excess of user-generated content can make sorting the wheat from the chaff unduly difficult. It’s just as well then that the website has launched an ebook that collects the cream of the crop. Best of all, it’s free.