Your Kindle reading experience can go far beyond what’s available on the Kindle store. If, like me, you’ve only been buying your reading material from Amazon (or borrowing e-books from your local library), it’s time to explore what your e-reader can really do. Amazon has a dedicated program called Send to Kindle that you can use to wirelessly send articles, word documents, PDFs, and copyright-free e-books right to your Kindle, no cable required. But there’s plenty of other options now, too. Here are some of my favorites.How Amazon’s Send to Kindle program worksYou might not know it, but your Kindle has its own email address, which can be used to send documents directly to your device. This technology has been around for over a decade. But now, there are many more options to send articles, documents and e-books to Kindle. These include Chrome extensions, desktop apps, and built-in support for

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