So of course I have to try everything new in digital publishing. Here is a pic of Evan Jacobs holding the” autograph” I sent him via his Kindlegraph e-book signing system, which you may have read about.
Kindlegraph seems to be at the proof-of-concept stage, but it is dead simple, and there’s something about its scrappiness that I liked compared to the other systems I’ve seen demonstrated. The prime drawbacks are that you can’t determine the font of the inscription and—in my case—that isn’t really even my signature. I accidentally picked a canned one and I can’t change it. Evan says fixes for both are in the works.
That said, if you want to test it out, as is, you can request my Kindlegraph. You’ll just need a Twitter account and the e-mail address for your Kindle.
(Another flaw, in case you were wondering, is that you don’t have to actually own the book the request a signature, although I’m thinking your Kindle will look pretty silly with my Kindlegraph in it without my book.)