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Old 12-20-2004, 04:30 PM   #1
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Manybooks now features Sony Librie e-books

Manybooks.net is a clearly laid-out free e-book site which offers all Project Gutenberg texts in various formats for download. As of late, Manybooks also supports the Sony Librie LRF format, thanks to some reverse-engineering we discussed earlier!

Other supported e-book formats:
- Plucker
- iSilo
- Doc
- Rocketbook
- zTXT
- PDf
- eReader
- TCR

This is wonderful news considering that owners of Sony’s Japan-only Librie were until recently constrained to buying DRM-protected e-books that would automatically expire after a sixty-days-use.

Another option to convert your own text to LRF is to use one of the free addon programs recently released as an act of courtesy by Sony (*sarcasm*).
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Old 12-20-2004, 07:00 PM   #2
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Thanks for the pointer, I'm very impressed by manybooks. I hadn't noticed before, but they have user reviews, offer downloads in a variety of eBook formats, links to wikipedia, and lots more. This is great stuff, so I'm bookmarking it for future use!
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Thanks for the link Alex.
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