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Old 10-24-2006, 11:44 AM   #14
Bob Russell
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And don't forget to check out the free sample e-books... it's not just PD, but a mix. Reminds me of a free .lit giveaway that was partly responsible for my initial interest in e-books and MS Reader.

For example, they have these that look interesting enough to install the reader just for the purpose of reading them (well, if I get a UMPC or when it's available on PDAs eventually):

* Don't Know Much About History - Everything You Need to Know About American History But Never Learned, by Kennith Davis
* Death and the Senator by Arthur C. Clarke
* The Playground by Ray Bradbury
* Inside the Publishing Revolution, The Adobe Story by Pamela Pfiffner

Seems like reasonable incentive to give it a try.
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