Advertisement New eReader for iPhone is up by James Kendrick Aug 1, 2008 - 2:18 PM CST 12 Comments Tweet Share Post Advertisement Just grabbed it here in Panera Bread. Sweet. Advertisement Advertisement 12 Comments VictorE August 4th, 2008 has anyone tried to upload their own content for use with ereader v1.1? i tried uploading copies of cory doctorow’s works in both the ereader and palm doc format using ie7 and ff3. neither browser was able to upload either file type. i entered a support ticket with ereader already. Mike Cane August 2nd, 2008 Gee, I notice no one complained when he did HTC Advantage or Windows after Windows product. Feeling the heat, are we? ROTF! Angela August 1st, 2008 I love the Odd series. I just got the iphone as well and am loving it as well. Keep up the great work! James Kendrick August 1st, 2008 Jake, sorry you are not finding anything here of interest to you. The truth is the iPhone came out and I got mine right at the same time as the GigaOM deal. I hardly think you can seriously call us just an iPhone blog. I get emails every day with questions about the iPhone and people are still lining up to buy them so it is no question an item of great interest. iPhone aside, I think we offer a lot of coverage on many different things, in This Week at Mobile Tech Manor I must have mentioned near a dozen things non-iPhone. Stick around and you’ll find something you like. Just skip over the iPhone stuff if you have no interest in it. James Kendrick August 1st, 2008 eReader screen shot: http://www.jkontherun.com/2008/07/iphone-3g–jkon.html Dave Zatz August 1st, 2008 eReader 1.1 YouTube video is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFXC_bmu1x4 I’ll update my app, but I still haven’t bought any books. Wish Amazon would do a virtual Kindle on the iPhone – they’ve got the store. James Kendrick August 1st, 2008 Mike, been there, done that: http://www.jkontherun.com/2008/07/ereader-for-the.html Jake August 1st, 2008 Is it just a coincidence that jkOnTheRun turned into an iPhone blog around the same time as it was bought by GigaOM? Surely people can go to the AppStore if they need to read constant software recommendations. I’d have thought you’d have found something more interesting to write about by now since you have all this extra time on your hands James. Wiley J August 1st, 2008 Yes, I agree. We need a picture of the reading screen. I am so used to the small screen of an iPaq. What dose the big screen look like?? thanks ..wiley NW Harris County Mike Cane August 1st, 2008 And? And? Where are some details about how it’s different? You have an *iPhone* now, man! Put that TypePad app to work!! Bryan August 1st, 2008 It’s fixed. :P Bryan August 1st, 2008 Well I certainly hope reading eBooks is easier than reading that image. ;-) Comments are closed.