Attention: Kindle Readers. We Need Your Help

Due to the (strange? pyschotic? drug-induced?) unusual policies at Amazon, publishers have no idea who their Kindle subscribers are. That puts us here at StorefrontBacktalk in the awkward position of having to make a plea to our Kindle subscribers: Please reveal yourselves, and tell us how you find the Kindle subscriptions. We're considering some changes to the service and any customer feedback goes to Amazon—and it's not sharing. Therefore, we're begging for whatever feedback you want to share to please share it with us directly.

For you Kindle people who have not yet subscribed to our Kindle feed, it's not bad for convenience when traveling, when you'd like the latest on retail tech and E-Commerce beamed into your Kindle when you're not looking.

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