Originally Posted by NatCh
I think the main reason that Librie' didn't sell very well was that it would only do TXT and BBeB, and their content service only "sold" (or as rluazon will no doubt point out: "rented"
) you content for 60 days, after which time files would expire.
Nope, it could only do BBeB. However, they later released the toolbar and printer plugins, which you could use to convert your own things, and those, of course were not time-limited. Then there was makelrf.
Also, currently Timebooktown offers non-time-limited books too (they do cost a few yen more though).