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Kryten — well, OK, the actor Robert Llewellyn rather well known as Red Dwarf's Kryten (as well as host of Junkyard Wars and online series Carpool) is writing a novel that fights back against the prevailing vision of the future as being a dystopian wasteland; he'd like the world to be nicer and greener, with significantly fewer zombies.


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Ransacked by the internet and teetering on the edge of the real ebook revolution, the publishing world is understandably afraid of what's next. But their skittish plans to shoehorn digital books into the old publishing cycle are stupid. And doomed.


Get excited, Kindle owners! Both the US and global versions of the Kindle as well as the Kindle DX now have fancy new firmware available, bringing a handful of new features and benefits.