Sustainability Solutions to Share with Linchpins # 63

I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas.

You can have them for free.

Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship!

Have you tried e-Books yet?

There will always be a place on my shelf for a new book…and digital just won’t do for something that I really want to absorb into my mind, my soul, and my skin.  That said, I have read a few books in digital format.

The Kindle reader requires an investment…as does the Nook.

Where’s the Linchpin opportunity?

Both platforms have free downloadable applications that allow you to read your books or magazines on your computer, phone or tablet.

I’m very happy with the Kindle App for my laptop, because it syncs the books on-demand to my iPhone…so if I am delayed somewhere I can take advantage of the downtime to read something of value.

I think the future of eBooks is incredibly bright, and Amazon just announced they are selling more Kindle downloads than actual books.  

Do you have any books “in” you?  Write them!

Simple.  Beautiful.  Elegant.  Digital.  Sustainable!



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