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EdwardBentley
09-10-2009, 18:30
Hi everyone,

I am a journalist at the Moscow News and am writing an article on Kindle. We would like to get a picture of someone with one (or another brand at last resort) somewhere very Moscowy. Red Square maybe because we lack imagination. We need to do this Monday morning, so please give me a call as soon as possible if you can do this. Thanks,

Ed Bentley
Moscow News
+79163048534

Ian G
09-10-2009, 18:55
Will you provide the Kindle?

Margo
09-10-2009, 21:54
I definitely know the right person :) I ope she is reading you

MissAnnElk
09-10-2009, 21:57
I definitely know the right person :) I ope she is reading you

Done!

Margo
13-10-2009, 17:22
And now I have this person's portrait!
I wonder if there is any chance of autograph? ;)

MissAnnElk
13-10-2009, 17:33
And now I have this person's portrait!
I wonder if there is any chance of autograph? ;)

I'll be in the lobby signing autographs every night this week after the show.

:Loco::Loco::Loco:

MissAnnElk
14-10-2009, 22:02
Good Night Nurse!

I picked up a copy of this week's Moscow News.


My God. My photo is HUGE.


At least you can see the Kindle (with it's dead battery).

FatAndy
20-10-2009, 12:44
I took the copy at Kursky vokzal thisweekend. Nice photo! You're looking great ;)

And too much inspiration in the article, IMHO. Almost everyone who needed e-reader, purchased them already - L-books, Sonys, Orsios, Explays etc.
What is difference? Possibility to BUY books? He-he. Cost at Amazon+$2 for ex-USA sellout + GPRS traffic... Maybe expats will be interested, but it's not 100k per year.

drwho
20-10-2009, 12:55
On the news last night on its launch they said they dont think the electronic "Kindle" book will ever replace the paper book or newspaper. I tend to agree. Although fitting 100's of books dowloaded from Amazon.com onto one small machine is attractive and easy but you don't get the smell and feel of a book.

BTW Miss, Nice photo, did they just want an expat? they did not say anything about you? but you do look very lovely, I hope the coffee was free! :cheerleader:

When I first saw this post I did not understand as Kindle in English means small bits of wood used to start a fire. Now I know!! ....hmm... but strange name.

GaNozri
20-10-2009, 13:28
Nice photo! But, was the article paid for by Amazon?

FatAndy
20-10-2009, 13:57
Politically incorrect question again... :D