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Results 1 - 10 of Many times in life, we get to be on cloud nine, where it's all bliss, elation and happiness. Some other times, it's the other way round, that. If the website has a physical version—like Time Magazine or New York First, download and install Calibre if you haven't already. Then, to. Started as a weekly in , the magazine is now published 47 times annually, with five of these issues covering two-week spans. The New Yorker - June 3.
Check it, and then select the frequency with which Calibre will check for new articles. Checking an RSS feed is not at all resource intensive, so feel free to err on the side of frequent checks. You can repeat this process for as many as the pre-populated news sources as you wish. Each will create an separate magazine that you can send to your Kindle or other ereader. Calibre has a How-To Geek news source built in, but it sends all articles from the site—whereas this feed will just send the news articles.
Give your recipe a title, customize the number and age of the articles it will grab, and then enter the Feed Title and Feed URL at the bottom. You can repeat this process to add multiple feeds to this recipe if you want, effectively creating your own digital magazine from all your favorite sites. Go ahead and set the schedule frequency as described above and then save again. If you clicked the Fetch News button to download your magazines, you should have a few issues in your library by this point—go ahead and double-click on any of them to see how they look.
In our case, they look pretty good:.
There are two ways you can send these digital issues to your Kindle. This page will allow you to configure settings that send your ebooks over email to your device. For example, after connecting my Kindle to my site account, I was given a unique email address kindle. Kindle users, you can find this email address on the Manage Your Content and Devices page of your account.
That will ensure this all happens automatically without you having to do anything. The most reliable trick is to create a free GMX email account just for Calibre, as support is baked right in. Your credentials should be filled in. If all went well, you should see a success message, and your GMX email should be able to send books to your Kindle address.
If all is set up correctly, you should see the magazine appear on your Kindle in a little while. The Best Tech Newsletter Anywhere. Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, comics, trivia, reviews, and more.
Windows Mac iPhone Android. Some digital versions include access to the e-ink Kindle version, while others are only for tablets. One of my personal favorites is the ability to turn any website into an ebook-like magazine and send it right to your Kindle.
In some cases, that will require a paid subscription to said magazine. Time Magazine , for example, has a paywall —you can only access 10 articles per month before the site requires a subscription. So, to get the latest issue from Calibre, you will need a Time.
In many other cases, the online articles are completely free. Pretty neat, huh?
Select your language of choice in the sidebar—we selected English, which yields over publications from around the web.
Scroll through and select the publication you want to turn into a digital ebook. Type them in here before continuing. Check it, and then select the frequency with which Calibre will check for new articles. Checking an RSS feed is not at all resource intensive, so feel free to err on the side of frequent checks.
You can repeat this process for as many as the pre-populated news sources as you wish. Each will create an separate magazine that you can send to your Kindle or other ereader. Calibre has a How-To Geek news source built in, but it sends all articles from the site—whereas this feed will just send the news articles.