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Old 07-11-2012, 08:52 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by thomasmorus View Post
I am a fast reader, i like to read a lot of diverent books and I like to read books a second time and Therfore one of the really +++ of Ereader is the posibility to take my Library with me (about 5.000 Books now) and tzherfore the software has to support it And before anyone says Seriously ....
Yes I NEED MY BOOKS WITH ME OTHERWISE I AM NOT HAPPY
I have to agree with FlorenceArt about cloud storage. It is a bit of a mind shift but cloud storage is so much better. I use to want my entire library physically with me when I was using my Sony Reader, but that didn't have wifi. Now that I keep my library in Dropbox, along with a catalog, I can access any book at any time I have internet access. The best part is that using a catalog I can sort by genre, rating, etc. With all my books in Dropbox I feel that I also have all my books with me.
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