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04/29/2010

Amazon Kindle Menu

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A way for Amazon.com to help put the Kindle in people's hands so that they can get a hands-on test drive and possibly learn to love it: make the devices available to upscale restaurants at or below cost with a limited-functionality block such that they only load the current menu file off of the restaurant's server-or, better, restaurants upload current menu to the Amazon server which pushes to the device. This way restaurants can have always-current menus put in front of customers with no printing costs or problems and Amazon can sell a region-specific browse the menu service that is constantly kept current by the restaurants.
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