Is it possible to download HubPages's instructions, information FAQs, etc., so that I could put it on my Ereader? Having this kind of info on my Ereader would be very handy. I am sure it will be just a matter of time before a lot of information will be made readily available for Ereaders since it can be very convenient.
On a similar note, I would like to write off-line. I know this has been brought up before.
You are right thought - the ereader is needed - Hub Pages has the best training tools. Another writing site is developing a similar training program - Hub Pages is way out front on this training item - that is why I am here - to learn.
This should be a hot question after the holidays here in the US - I imagine a number of gifts will be the ereader.
Thanks for the reply. I think that one of the reasons that an Ebook reader of all of your training programs is because it is so well done. I wouldn't normally want to spend the time either reading or writing about instructions and training programs; however, it is easier for me to read and digest information on an Ereader rather than a computer and I think your information deserves that kind of treatment.
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