Weekly output: Kindle Unlimited, international bandwidth, This Week In Law, HDMI CEC vs. Blu-ray

I enjoyed seeing something I wrote on my own time get a little publicity through no effort of my own.

Yahoo Kindle Unlimited post7/22/2014: The Kindle Conundrum: Should You Rent or Buy Digital Stuff?, Yahoo Tech

I compared Amazon’s new subscription-reading option to the D.C. public library’s e-book catalog and found it wanting.

7/25/2014: A SIM Card Can Be Your New Best Friend When Traveling Abroad, NowU

My second piece for this new Gannett site offered advice about getting connected overseas.

7/25/204:#268: Ease Up Dude!, This Week In Law

I talked about e-book DRM, the fair-use defense, and other intersections of the law and technology on my first appearance on this policy-minded podcast since last year.

7/27/2014: Tips on fixing a buggy Blu-ray player, USA Today

This week’s column was more explanation than solution. If you have a fix for a Sony Blu-ray player that turns on by itself when shut down with a disc inside, please enlighten me.

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