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Old 10-08-2012, 02:07 PM   #26
bgalbrecht
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I have over 10,000 on my Nook Touch, but I've been thinking of splitting my Calibre database into two, "stuff I paid for or freebies that I really want to read" and "freebies I'm probably never going to read". I really wish that the Nook Touch had a shelving system that is usable when you have more than 100-200 books.
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