Getting your E-Book Reader to read various Formats

I’ve got an Amazon Kindle, a second generation E-Book reader, which does a very good job at reading content sent to it from Amazon’s Servers, or loaded manually on the system with downloaded content fromĀ  Manybooks.net or Project Gutenberg. The Amazon Kindle reads a various formats: It’s own propreitary DRM’d format .AZW Mobipockets .MOBI format – which actually is very similar to Amazon’s .AZW format (Amazon bought MOBI) Plain text files with the .TXT extension and finally, Adobe’s well known .PDF document Format. There are some limitations with some of […]

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