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I have had this Kindle (1 - the original, first generation) since October 2008. I have downloaded from Amazon via Whisper Net and have been able to read within seconds to minutes - this is included in the price. Within a few weeks, I realized I wanted more storage to be able to take additional books along on trips and purchased a memory chip. Currently I have over 300 books on my Kindle and have lots of memory still available if needed. Most of the books are stored on the chip, but I also store them on an external hard drive that connects to my computers.
Reading on the Kindle is just like reading any other book. I use a reading light that attaches to my book cover when I read in low light situations. The font is variable and I sometimes use a larger font if I have forgotten my readers. I have used the Kindle at home, on airplanes, in cars (when I am NOT driving), and have even taken it on cruises with me. I was happy to hear that the Kindle may now be international and am anxious to try this the next time out of the US. (No, reception of Whisper Net downloads does not happen faster in the left lane of the highway :-).)
As far as books go, usually Amazon has books at $9.99 or less like they promised. However, Amazon does often have newer books at higher than that. Greed I guess! There are many, many sites on the web that allow free and reduced price downloads. Even Amazon carries many public domain books for free, just look for them. Overall, I am very happy with the Kindle and have recommended it to many of my friends. With it's expanded storage capability it really is much more than an expensive toy. This is the wave of the future in reading devices and it is available now. I have not tried other e-readers, but it always pays to shop around. The initial cost may seem expensive, but the convenience seems to be worth it to me. When I went on two week trips, I always took along 4 to 6 books. Now I could go for months and never need to reload.
This kindle has worked well for me, but I have had to reset it a few times. It has frozen about for times and my heart stopped each time. Reset has worked each time. I have also replaced the battery once. The original cover was poor and I replaced that in a few months. The replacement cover was well worth the price and has additional features that Amazon did not think of when the product was first introduced.
Not only do I like this product, I LOVE the fact that I don't have to belong to a "club" to purchase it. I can buy it when I need it and not be hassled by the company or have extra product in my medicine cabinet working it's way to expiration.
The Canon 10-22mm zoom is made specifcally for Canon single lens reflexes with "APS"-size sensors -- the various iterations of the Digital Rebel and the 10D-20D-30D series. It won't work on an SLR with a "full-size" sensor like the Canon 5D.
Most SLRs come with a standard 17-55 or 17-85mm zoom that has a maximum field of view equal to a 28mm wide angle lens on a full-frame SLR. On the cameras it fits, the 10-22mm lens give you the same field of view as a 16 - 35mm zoom on a normal 35mm SLR. It's the wide end of things that brings a whole new world to photography. With this lens you can capture the whole horizon in a landscape, get the whole room in an interior shot, and capture the full view of a street scene. And if you get down low or up high, you can get some very dramatic views. Just be careful the keep the camera level. You can correct for those inevitable converging lines using Photoshop.
There are less expensive alternatives to this lens, notably the Sigma 10-20mm, but the Canon's corner-to-corner resolution and almost negligible distortion and chromatic aberration make the Canon worth something extra. (You may be able to pick up a Canon-refurbished lens from one of the large retailers from time to time, and that cuts the difference between the Sigma and the Canon in half, although you get a shorter warranty).
Canon ought to include a lens shade, and you should consider buying one. Although you don't need it to reduce flare, the hood does provide some protection for the front element of the lens if you don't use a filter.
Assuming Canon continues to make SLRs with APS-size sensors, the lens will be around for a long time, and even if Canon switches to full frame sensors, you can use it as long as you have your existing Digital Rebel or 10-20-30D.
The Autodesk Sketchbook Pro 2011 is the best digital sketchpad I've ever used! I majored in art in high school and have always used art, crafts or designs in many of my jobs. I've designed t-shirts, done miniatures, sewn clothes for antique dolls, silkscreens for cloth patterns and general art work and photography. Once I owned a computer, I found many great photo programs over the years, but up until now, I really never found a great sketch or art program. I own Corel's Painter, which is not only time consuming to learn the media applications, but it's slow, misses strokes and has several bugs in it's applications. Corel keeps giving me patches, but it has become tiresome to keep downloading patches all the time! I actually would rather do my art by hand than deal with all of Painter's issues.
I've been using this Autodesk Sketchbook Pro 2011 every day, to see how smoothly it runs, and it not only runs smoothly, it's unbelievably fast! I have a Windows XP, and it took only a few minutes to download this great program. Once downloaded, I skipped the directions, as I wanted to see how quickly and easily I could learn to use this program on my own. Talk about easy to learn- anyone from 5 to 95 could use this without reading a direction! I am truly amazed that I could draw a sketch, a complicated geometric design for a piece of dress fabric and a dress pattern all in one sitting! The sketchpad itself is uncluttered with a small corner interface control, that allows you to bring up the nicely small tools window, brushes window or colors window. There is a brush property circle that allows you to choose both the brush size and flow for coverage. You can place these windows anywhere out of your drawing area or keep them off the screen completely.
The Brushes window includes a nice array of media types: pencil, airbrush, marker, chisel tip pen, ballpoint pen, paintbrush, felt tip pen, smear, blur, sharpen (does a great outline), hard eraser, soft eraser, flood fill and flood fill for all visible layers. The Tools Bar window has undo, redo, select, lasso, crop, zoom, rotate, ruler, elipse, symmetry X (top and bottom), symmetry Y (side to side), free hand, line, rectangle, polyline, oval and layers. Those symmetry features made my geometrical fabric design take only minutes to complete! What a great feature! The colors window features a color wheel, where you can create any color imaginable, then save it in the blocks below it. For your image, it has image size or canvas size, crop, adjust, rotate, mirror canvas, flip canvas vertically, mirror layer, flip layer vertically and both symmetry X and Y. Your finished art will work on the standard image formats- TIF, BMP, JPG, PNG and PSD.
I wish I had this program years ago, before I wasted so much time, money and constant patching on Corel's Painter! I'm just happy to have this Autodesk's super fast and easy Sketchbook now! For anyone who just sketches or draws, the inexpensive price of this program will pay for itself on the money you'll save on paper, pen, paints and inks! It's a wonderful, fast and easy money saving way to do story boarding, concept sketches, illustrations, fabric designs, pattern designs and anything that you would normally use a sketchpad and your choice of media for! Artists, designers and crafters will love the professional results they'll get with this BEST digital Sketchbook that I've ever used!
(With my review, I've included 3 images. If you don't see them on the top of this page in Images, you can find them by clicking on my name, then going to My Profile-Customer Images. The first image is of my computer screen, so you can see the corner interface control called the lagoon, which can be moved side to side or removed completely when sketching. You will also see the great moveable tool bar, brush window and color window- which you can move these three anywhere on the screen or remove, when sketching. It's simplistic screen design needs no directions! I made a City Skyline In Fall sketch in 5 minutes using the paintbrush and air brush along with the freehand, line and rectangle tools and spent another 5 minutes coloring it.
The second image I made in 20 minutes for a fabric print design using the symmetry tools. I used both symmetry tools X and Y along with flood fill, airbrush and paintbrush. The third image took me the longest time to create- 35 minutes, due to more detailed floral designs I wanted to create for a scarf print. I again used both symmetry tools X and Y along with flood fill, airbrush, paintbrush and the felt tip pen.
The fabric designs that used to take me endless hours by hand to create, now takes me a mere 20 to 40 minutes with these great symmetry tools! For fast painting, the airbrush and flood fill take seconds to use! The flood fill, which is a paint bucket, can be used to cover an entire area, or you will quickly learn like I did that you can also use this little paint bucket to splash a little color on for a beautiful effect! I did all three of these using only my mouse.
For more professional art, you will want to use a pen and tablet connected to your computer port. Wacom makes the best pen and tablets in all sizes and prices. For a beginner, try the inexpensive Wacom Bamboo or Bamboo Fun tablets and pens. For professional use, the more expensive Wacom Intuos4 Larger sized Pen and Tablets give you the ability to draw, design and paint anything with total pen control for hairline detail! I couldn't believe how easy and fast this program is to use- now everyone can be an artist!)