You can now send Cambridge Papers to your Amazon Kindle by email from within CJO. Pressing the ‘Send to Kindle’ link found on fulltext articles opens a form, which allows the user to send that paper to their unique Kindle email address, to read on the device later. This email address can be found by going to the second page of your Kindle’s Settings menu and will look like “firstname.lastname@example.org” or “email@example.com”. To send a paper to your Kindle, simply fill in the username part of your email address, select whichy variation of your Kindle email you wish to use, and press submit. You can select to send to either the @kindle.com or @free.kindle.com variations. @kindle.com emails will sync over 3G, directly to your device, but may incur a fee from Amazon. @free.kindle.com emails may take longer, and can only be accessed when syncing your device over wi-fi, or via USB, but will incur no charge. The user must also register firstname.lastname@example.org as a trusted email address for their device. This function is uses the Amazon Personal Documents Service. To read more about this, visit http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=200767360 or http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/?nodeId=200767340
In the case of PDF articles, the full PDF will be emailed to your Kindle device. There will be no re-formatting, but it will include all images and tables, as on the desktop PDF. For the moment, HTML articles will be text-only, however you will be able to change the font size, and inter-paragraph links should function (as will outgoing links, provided wireless is enabled on your device).