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Old 03-30-2010, 02:01 PM   #6
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I suppose we didn't really answer his question, and that answer is: No, there isn't any official way to run Calibre directly on the Android.
You are right though maybe there is another way to do it... though www.feedbooks.com
The link http://www.feedbooks.com/feed/25.epub will give you the RSS feed for Engadget and I am pretty sure the link remains the same day after day with only the content changing.
There is also a part where you can make your own feeds and maybe the download links will remain the same..
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