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Thursday, 11th February 2010

Free: Amazon.com is Releasing Two New/Recent Government Documents for the Kindle

We think this one of the first releases (if not the very first) key government document releasae from Amazon for the Kindle (all versions).

Beginning tomorrow, Amazon will make the FY 2011 U.S. Budget and the new Economic Report of the President available for free download.

We're interested in seeing how users will be able to navigate these large documents. Will movement to a specific section(s) continue to be an issue as it is with many non-fiction Kindle books where the back-of-the-book-index, usually not hyperlinked, has little value.

Of course, the documents are available (as PDFs) and searchable online via GPO FDsys (they're also certified as authentic here) or in print also from the GPO.


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