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So in the middle of what was essentially a bad week the new Kindle Cloud Reader was released. On its surface that might not seem like a big deal but the implications of this little Web application are huge. It is groundbreaking on a number of fronts and just may be pointing the way to the future of mobile computing.

Just aim a supported browser (Google’s Chrome and Apple’s Safari) at the URL—https://read.amazon.com/ and allow your browser to install a small footprint plug-in. Abracadabra—you have full access to all your Kindle eBooks. The Cloud Reader provides the ability to create bookmarks and synchronize your purchases with your other devices (I already have six devices I use to access my Kindle library). It also provides a quick link to the Kindle store so you can purchase new Kindle books in the application itself.

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