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Old 12-02-2008, 03:31 PM   #1
moraine
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Reading for leisure - reading on an eBook

Hi,
I just recently got me an iRex DR1000S. Trying to figure out some of its capabilities took me a a couple moments to sort it out.
Still beeing a freshman with the thing, I already started getting me books to read and begin enjoying to read eBooks.

It seem there are lots of books available in MS lit-format, so i dived in to converting them to pdf but the results are a bit disappointing. ePubs seem to be a better choice, but seems to be lacking the annotation feature...

I am working as a consultant and work most often for customers in germany, switzerland and austria.

So far I've found your forum a nice place to start digging for information.

So happy reading,

moraine
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