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spinolza
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Conversion of Kindle to Nook

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Hello,

 

Is there anybody who could explain to me how I convert Time Literary Supplenment available on Kindle to my Nook? I have been waiting for the availability of subscription of this magazine on Nook, but only Kindle provide this. So I am gonna subscribe in Kindle without Kindle machine and sideload it into my Nook. Thanks.

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icebike
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Re: Conversion of Kindle to Nook

I don't think you can use any kindle content on the nook, because they use a totally proprietary file format.

 

If by Time Literary Supplement you really mean the Times Literary Supplement from the Times On Line, you might find it included in the TimesOnLine download offered as one of the News Sources in Calibre.  Free software available here: http://calibre-ebook.com/

 

Of course, you can always access it via the Web Browser built into the nook via:

http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/the_tls/

 

 

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spinolza
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Re: Conversion of Kindle to Nook

Thanks. I mean Times Literary Supplement. I know homepage of Times on-line. But it can be shown full only by subscription

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JFS-EGS
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Re: Conversion of Kindle to Nook

Did you ever figure out to do this?  I too would like to download the e-edition to the nook.

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