Thursday, June 4, 2009

Calling all Canadians


Do you lust after techie gadgets? Would you like Kindle to become available to Canadians?

If so, please take a few minutes out and sign this petition http://techchicklets.rockonchicago.com/kindle-petition/

I don't know if online petitions work etc. but I don't see how it can hurt. I have no idea why Kindle cannot be made available to Canadians. Some days it is very frustrating to be Canadians because we are inundated with advertising on American channels getting us interested in things that we find out can't be sent to Canada. Like Hulu. Because of some kind of broadcasting laws it's only available in the U.S. Well... we get those channels on our t.v. so what's the big deal?

Anyways, I'd really like a Kindle. Wouldn't you?

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