Gavin C (knaw) wrote in lj_dev, 2013-01-06 17:38:00 Gavin C knaw lj_dev 2013-01-06 17:38:00 Previous Share Next Downloading LiveJournal to an e-reader format. Is there a way to download LiveJournal directly into EPub or Kindle format?I find it more comfortable to read an e-ink screen but the Kobo's built-in browser is fiddly. Post a new comment Error Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post Anonymously switch LiveJournal Facebook Twitter OpenId Google MailRu VKontakte Anonymously default userpic Insert Bold Insert Italic Insert Underline Insert Strikethrough Insert Link Insert LJ User Insert Photo Insert Media Your reply will be screened Your IP address will be recorded Post a new comment Preview comment Help 5 comments badlydrawnjeff January 6 2013, 18:03:43 UTC 2 years ago Collapse Expand New comment There may be an easier way, but if you do one of those PDF exports and then use Calibre to transfer it to a mobi format, that might work. I don't know how well the formatting will hold up, though. Reply New comment knaw January 6 2013, 18:11:17 UTC 2 years ago Collapse Expand New comment Thanks very much. I'll give that a go, and see if it works. Reply New comment sircaliban January 6 2013, 19:49:49 UTC 2 years ago Collapse Expand New comment If you are a paid account, you can use Calibre to access your frineds RSS feed using the links in this FAQ. http://www.livejournal.com/support/faq/149.htmlYou will have to be authenticated to access protected entries. It creates a PDF of all the entries in the RSS feed, and it's very basic (no comments are included). then you can migrate the PDF to your e-reader. Reply New comment knaw January 6 2013, 20:45:51 UTC 2 years ago Collapse Expand New comment I wish I was a paid account holder, because that would have been a perfect solution.Thanks for the suggestion. Reply New comment gabkdlly April 11 2013, 11:22:33 UTC 2 years ago Collapse Expand New comment You can add your friends RSS feeds to Calibre individually, and Calibre can make you an ebook in the format of your choosing, without first having to create a PDF. The down side is that you will only see your friends public posts. Reply New comment Post a new comment 5 comments smamit wrote in lj_dev: ←Friends entries danilovmy wrote in lj_dev: →recent comments - the way of making yours BLOG better!