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    Where do you mainly get the books that you are reading?

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    Barbarossa's Avatar mostly harmless
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    bookshops

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    I have hundreds of books stored electronicly. Many I get from online e-book sites, many are scrounged on the net either at other sites or via Torrent searchs. I can usually find waht I want in electronic format given enough time.

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    Either the library or the internet (e-books), I haven't bought a book in years...

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    Public library mostly. Good thing is i can borrow books from other branches online and have them sent to the local library 1 block from my house. I havent tried e-books yet for some reason.

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    I get them from the internet.

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    internet bookshops libreries..

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    sorry for double post my bad..

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    I have a good number of eBooks, but I'm not a real big fan of them. I get most of my books through half.com because you can find some real good deals - especially the sellers that represent libraries who are clearing up shelf space. Amazon also has a good mix of new and used stuff for a good price.

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    Question to all of the eBook lovers out there. How do you read the books? Do you spend the time printing them out or throw them on to your cell or Ipod? I like the idea of them, but don't see myself sitting at the computer for a couple of hours reading them. It's just too uncomfortable.


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