A few months back I wrote about the need for Amazon to begin ‘socializing’ the Kindle. Another item of frustration that I forgot to mention in that post was the inability to pull my notes and highlights from the kindle via the web. I As of this morning, however, Amazon has enabled web access to notes and highlights. Techcrunch notes:
Kindle Notes And Highlights Now Accessible On the Web
While this opens up all sorts of possibilities, Amazon is taking a very conservative approach. You can’t share your notes with others. You can’t even edit them in your browser. All you can do is read them.
I just logged in to check on my Kindle books, and can only find highlights and notes for two books. Hopefully all the notes will be online soon so I can, at minimum, cut and paste them into Evernote or another application.
This is progress, but Amazon still needs to socialize the entire book reading experience!
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