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Old 12-02-2012, 10:39 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by gbm View Post
I just download Nook for PC, download Asimov's Science Fiction 01/01/13. The good news is that it does not seen to have "drm", dragged and dropped to calibre just fine.


bernie
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Any ebook (DRMed or not) will load into calibre just fine. The question is whether you can view and convert it with calibre.

Good news that you can download direct to your computer from the nook store though. The Amazon subscriptions won't download to Kindle for Mac/PC.
It opened just fine in both ADE and calibre reader from the nook dir.

I am using Nook for PC under wine on a Ubuntu 12.04 system.

You can get a free one month trial subscription to check with nook for mac.

Bad news for you pdurrant see the bold print:

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Overview -Analog Science Fiction and Fact

Product Details

Pub. Date: November 2012
Publisher: Penny Publications
Sold By: PENNY PUBLICATIONS - EPERIODICAL
Format: NOOK Magazine (eMagazine)
Sales Rank: 20,826
Delivered: Monthly

Series: ePeriodical Series
BNID: 2940000281574
Available only in the U.S.
Language: English



bernie

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