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Author Topic: You are all required to go to this critical site...  (Read 2119 times)
Zeppelin Admiral
United States United States

« on: March 10, 2007, 07:50:32 pm »

If you went there and are still confused as to why... allow me to elaborate further, with one hint...

If you are still confused, I will lay it all out.  *Free*... *Public Domain*... *downloadable*...  books!  I honestly thought that someone would have bought Project Gutenberg up earlier, but alas, now I have to do it. I have enjoyed many of the e-books from that site, it is truly a resource to cherish! The public-domain point means that any books written by authors for sale have now left copyright project and are open to the public to freely consume as they wish. Basically, think of Project Gutenberg as a huge public library. There are most assuredly dozens upon dozens of classics and less-known Victorian authors represented here.

You know what? I simply *must* create a steampunk portable e-book reader!

I hope you all enjoyed Air Kraken Day
Snr. Officer

Subpelin Underlord

« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2007, 09:30:16 pm »

This has my school grade many times...seeing as i legally can't have a library card at the moment (let's not get into that).

"There will always be a lost world for you here..." - Atterton

Your reality sir, is lies and balderdash and i am delighted to say i have no grasp of it whatsoever!
Radio Saturday

« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2007, 09:43:19 pm »

seeing as i legally can't have a library card at the moment (let's not get into that).

Well, if you're at all like me, you don't have to go into that. (Though of course I'm curious.) Wink

I use Project Gutenberg a lot, partly because I love the very concept of it. However, I haven't actually finished many of the books I've gotten from there.  Undecided

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Snr. Officer
United States United States

Steamcrunk. WHAT?

« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2007, 03:36:56 am »

Along the same lines as the magnificent Project Gutenberg, is, which is essentially a Gutenberg for audio books. All books are free, open source and read by volunteers
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