Kindle font

I’m liking reading on Kindle.

I really like the feel of electronic paper technology: the screen lighting, the slow turning of pages, and the black & white colors. I’m also thankful for the ability to quickly get samples of books to see if I would be interested in the full books.

I recently learned that you can add custom fonts to Kindle. Palatino is my favorite of the built-in fonts, but custom ones have made reading more enjoyable. I’m really liking the free font Linux Libertine O at size 6, bold level 2, tightest line spacing, and medium margins. This is what it looks like.

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