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    github.com User-none/Sigil · GitHub

    README.md About Sigil is a free, open source, multi-platform ebook editor. It is designed to edit books in ePub format. Links Its current code repository is located at https://github.com/user-none/Sigil Translations are located at https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/sigil/ Support forums are loc... Read article

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    quillandquire.com Waiting for the Kindle 2 | Quillblog | Quill & Quire

    Callay!” a customer from Texas using the name Elsi wrote in a Kindle forum on the MobileRead community site. “Add my voice to the collective cheer, to all who [are] about to get a Kindle 2. Enjoy!” wrote another user going by the name Joobies in the same forum. The thread began on Sunday, when a ... Read article

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    mobility.mobi MobileRead.mobi

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    cartotalk.com CartoTalk

    From the little I know I see a couple of issues: 1) many different file formats for many different readers (which one to choose?) 2) colour limitations (currently just black and white as I understand it) Would anyone know of a good source to read up on all the ins and outs of producing a map for ... Read article

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    usabilitynews.usernomics.com Usability In The News

    Feature accumulation can easily lead to a bad case of “featureitis” during product design and development." It's a great article well worth a look. The author, Robert Kaplan "is founder and principal at Usernomics (San Mateo, CA; www.usernomics.com)." continued ... (Via Portable Design and mo... Read article

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    palmaddict.typepad.com PalmAddicts:

    Catch up on a week of all things print and eMedia using MobileRead's catch up of the week The shuttle's landing site was switched from Florida to Edwards Air Force Base in California due to bad weather. The shuttle touched down safely at around 1325 local time (2125GMT). The mission had been exte... Read article

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    sfwriter.com Robert J. Sawyer

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    blog.griffieworld.com Sony Steals a March on Kindle

    If you would like to read more about obtaining library books on the K2 , read this forum thread on the Kindle Boards. Also, there is a great thread on some hacks for the K2 at MobileRead including what they call the Visual Kindle Guide which is well worth your time to check out. Of the things Son... Read article

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    teleread.com Pan Macmillan starting to sell ePub books routinely without DRM? Apparently—and that’s GREAT news! | TeleRead: News and views on e-books, libraries...

    September 5, 2008 | 10:46 am Posted in: DRM , eBabel , ebook Pan Macmillan had already experimented with shedding DRM—one of the best ways to use ePub to tear down the Tower of eBabel, since proprietary DRM is just eBabel in disguise. Here’s to e-books you can genuinely own and enjoy on a variety... Read article

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    lb.viks.org [Kindle Touch] Calibre Kindle Collections Plug-in Hooks – MobileRead Forums - Vikram's Web Archive

    [Kindle Touch] Calibre Kindle Collections Plug-in Hooks – MobileRead Forums Now Reading Read article

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    blog.xinxii.com Win new readers and true fans with coupon codes! | XinXii Corporate Blog

    There are eBook communities and forums, for instance MobileRead , Kindle Boards , Nook Boards , E-Reader Forum, Lettern.de, Literatina.de or versalia.de, where advertising your own products is not only allowed but also desirable. Our tip: post a short description of your eBook and submit the coup... Read article

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    rogerx.freeshell.org Kindle Strip

    (Read the comments at the top of the file for more information.) If you publish, then you likely want to strip this extra data so you use less bandwidth on the remote host, saving you money. The author made a post to MobileRead posting his Python script. Unfortunately, the script was likely creat... Read article

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    countdowntomexico.com Countdown to Mexico » Blog Archive » On a rainy day…

    I use a Mac but Paul has a PC so we will do the pdf conversions from his computer since they don’t have a mac version of Mobipocket Creator. And the mobileread link is fabulous! So many books, and in my format, too! Thank you so much for sharing. Alice, Check out the mobileread link and you’ll be... Read article

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    barrettmanor.com Julie's Web Journal at Stately Barrett Manor

    Writing. Technology. Life. Julie Barrett is a freelance writer and photographer based in Plano, TX. Search the Journal: Links: Smashwords Style Guide . Start here if you want to publish your own work. MobileRead wiki on ebook conversion. Covers a number of utilities, plus outlines some best pract... Read article

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    howtogeek.com Get More From Your Kindle: Tips, Tricks, Hacks, and Free Books

    Formatting Manga for Crisp and Easy Reading on Your Kindle MOBILE Read article

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