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Old 06-16-2008, 03:17 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by cassidym View Post
Jerry, I've got 'SQL Demystified' from Sony and it reads fine. Mind you, since it's SQL there aren't a lot of illustrations.

Main problem I have with tech books on the reader is that it's difficult to flip back and forth and search. Jumping to a later or earlier chapter is a lot easier in a pBook than and eBook
I was looking at
Cocoa- Programming for Mac- OS X
Special Edition Using Mac OS X Leopard
But I am still waiting to hear back from Sony because the Kindle version of both of these is 28 bucks compared to Sony at 40. It is such a shame that there cant be a universal format and pricing for ebooks. Print is Print really the only difference I had to think about before was Hard back or paper. Now it is keep my fingers crossed and hope Sony get a title in that I want. Or go thru the steps to convert another format.
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