This has saved me from all the MS Outlook vulnerabilities, especially the ones where the mailer cleverly auto-ran visual BASIC scripts that installed viruses on your computer.
I also tend to use my phone more as a phone than an always-present internet app device.
I don't have a kindle. Or a nook. Or an iPad. (Or even an iPod - though my sony walkman still plays cassettes).
So, here I am, trying to put together an e-reader friendly version of the magazine. I actually managed to put together a reasonably decent design, exported it to pdf. It looks good. People I'm not related to have said so. But when I exported to ePub format, it got all screwed up. It put titles and by-lines at the end of stories. It clustered the images used as section dividers at the end of the story (but before the authors' names).
It is, frankly, weird.
And kindle? From what I can see, they recommend exporting everything to a word doc, and then saving as html. That sounds almost guaranteed to lose layout.
Anyone have any experience formatting ebooks? It looks like it'd work out okay for things that are basically text only, but less so for anything where layout is actually meaningful.