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Old 07-27-2007, 04:45 PM   #16
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Old 07-27-2007, 07:12 PM   #17
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Only if I was to get one to review. I out in a PM asking to do a review from a Sony Reader owner's point of view. Otherwise, not. But that does not mean someday I won't have a MobiPocket compatible portable reader. Maybe someone will write a version for the Sony.
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First, a big thank you to RWood for providing these. Second, since he must have compiled HTML sources to create the Mobipocket versions, could the HTML also be posted? This would allow reading on a wider variety of devices and also allow conversion to even more formats.

If you want the "Shelf of Fiction" that was compiled after the original "Classics" collection, I found a link at Bartleby (a good source for lots of books): http://www.bartleby.com/ebook/
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The MobiPocket versions were output from Book Designer as were the Sony Reader versions. So there is no source HTML used to make the Mobi format. And don't make such hard assumptions. Only looks bad for you.
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First, a big thank you to RWood for providing these. Second, since he must have compiled HTML sources to create the Mobipocket versions, could the HTML also be posted? This would allow reading on a wider variety of devices and also allow conversion to even more formats.

If you want the "Shelf of Fiction" that was compiled after the original "Classics" collection, I found a link at Bartleby (a good source for lots of books): http://www.bartleby.com/ebook/
jbenny: read my earlier posting in particular the part about Bartleby. As Jon said, I used BD to create both the LRF and the PRC files. The HTML will not be posted.
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