I have watched all of "Downton Abbey" on my Kindle Fire, and all but the last three episodes of "Foyle's War" as well as all of "Dr Martin."
I have read about two dozen books and perused about twice that number.
I check my emails (and sometimes answer them) on my Kindle, as well as listen to music when at the gym.
I goose through about 125 web sites and blogs a day on my Kindle as well as read the news.
So what's next on my agenda with my Kindle?
I think today I will read Rick Munarriz's 2007 book Why the Kindle will Fail, which is now FREE for Amazon Prime members.
After that, I might read Dow 36,000: The New Strategy for Profiting from the Coming Rise in the Stock Market (2000) written by the noted stock market liar-for-hire James K. Glassman. I can buy a used copy for 1 cent, but I am not sure it's worth it unless Amazon Prime will chip in with free shipping.
Not to be outdone by Glassman, other pimps, fools and book hustlers followed suit with Super Boom: Why the Dow Jones Will Hit 38,820 and Dow 40,000: Strategies for Profiting from the Greatest Bull Market in History, to say nothing of Dow 100,000. And then, of course, there is Why the Real Estate Boom Will Not Bust - And How You Can Profit from It. A used copy of this last tract is available for 1 cent, but once again I am not sure it's worth it unless Amazon Prime will toss in free shipping.