Having bought an e reader as a present I find that I cannot buy english ebooks in France, where I live and yet I can get them in hard back sent by post from UK. (I can only download French ones) I know there are a lot of free ebooks and one can enjoy those. Add to that If one orders in USA the same ebook that is said only to be available in the UK it is perfectly possible to get that ebook on line from a reputable ebook company. ( It also says that there are nations around …

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frnzzz plzz help me .. I am having an ebooks site which only contain ebooks download link It does not contain any text so adsense is not approving my site .. what to do >> i wrote some ebooks description too? help?????????????

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A week may be a long time in politics, but 18 months is an absolute aeon as far as computing is concerned. Back in October 2010 here at DaniWeb I was posing the question of whether the newest [Amazon Kindle could be an iPad killer](http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/tablets-and-mobile-devices/reviews/315078/amazon-kindle-3-better-than-the-ipad) and came to the almost inevitable conclusion that as far as reading books was concerned, then yes it was. Soon that boot could be on the other foot with ongoing rumours that an iPad Mini will be on sale in time for the seasonal rush at year end, backed up by what are claimed to …

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The whispers have been [URL="http://arstechnica.com/apple/news/2009/08/leaks-begin-to-pile-up-concerning-legendary-apple-tablet.ars"]getting louder[/URL] lately that Apple will be be announcing the long-rumored Tablet next month at its September keynote. We have all learned that these rumors are [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3626.html"]often wrong[/URL] and Apple moves at its own pace, but the idea of an Apple Tablet with a 10 inch touch-screen--effectively an iPhone with a large screen--is so intriguing that it's hard for a blogger like to me to ignore. That's why I've come up with a list of five reasons you'll want to own this baby if in fact it ever comes to fruition. [B]1. Super eBook Reader[/B] As …

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Hi Friends, I am fond of books & have a great collection of ebooks of random topics. One day one of my friend sent me a book with fitle type of HTML extension. I want to know from which site this book may have been downloaded, Can you please help me to troubleshoot this issue? I tried to read HTML source code, but as i am not an IT genious nor IT professional , i am not yet succesfful to decode it. The reason i want to debug this is only because i want to download more ebooks from that …

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In February, 2008 I wrote a blog post called [URL="http://byronmiller.typepad.com/byronmiller/2008/02/is-apple-workin.html"]Is Apple Working on an eBook Reader: Does It Matter?[/URL] Today, I would answer my own question with "Hell yes it maters." If Apple enters the eBook market, you know it would be expensive, but it would be a desirable device, and come on, you know you would want one. At the time I wrote the original piece, you would have to excuse me if I was a bit cynical. I had been hearing we were one device away from mainstreaming eBooks for years. I had seen the [URL="http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10551&storeId=10151&langId=-1&productId=8198552921665562069"]Sony Reader [/URL]hit …

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Hey guys! This is my very first post on this website. Anyways, I just started learning Python, and am reading an ebook, called "A Byte Of Python". So at the end, it says to create an address book application. In my application, it basically just creates a text file with all the stored info. What you can do is: browse contacts, add contacts, search for contacts. Now, I need help on: deleting contacts, modifying contact information. Could anyone please just help me with what code I would need to use to define a class to delete a specific line from …

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Fatal System Error, subtitled 'The Hunt for the New Crime Lords Who Are Bringing Down the Internet' is that rarest of finds: an IT security book that is not only informative and fascinating, but truly gripping from start to finish. This newly published made for Kindle edition is the cheapest option aa well, saving $11.26 off of the $25.95 print edition cover price. [attach]17844[/attach]Joseph Menn, a reporter for the Financial Times, is surely a closet novelist such are the twists and turns that he weaves into what by rights ought to be a pretty dry expose of the emerging cybercrime …

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A lot of rumors began circulating about the possibility of a new Kindle on the horizon after the popular Kindle DX seemed to suddenly be sold out on Amazon's web site some time ago leading to the speculation that Amazon had a new version in the works. Wednesday those suspicions were confirmed as [URL="http://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Reading-Display-Graphite-Globally/dp/B002FQJT3Q/ref=sr_tr_1?ie=UTF8&s=aps&qid=1280376470&sr=8-1"]Amazon.com officially unveiled the all new Kindle[/URL] which has Amazon executives seeing a positive future for the Kindle brand. [ATTACH=right]16228[/ATTACH][URL="http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2010/07/thinner-lighter-kindle-comes-with-wi-fi-starts-at-us139/"]Reviews[/URL] have been mixed on the Kindle in the past due to slow page turning and a slow, clumsy browsing experience so one of the things that will …

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Hello everyone, Firstly i'll like to introduce myself to the forum. HEy... Ya my need is tat i need a super simple ebook(FREE) on C programming and covering advanced aspects of C like C - linked list , c-graphics and C-BITS... help! /************************************************** **************************************************/

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Hey respected users and developers, I am a newbie to this pool of c... I am just 14 yrs old.. Plz send me free link to plearn pointers in c.. i hav downloaded many books but all of tem are useless.. The language used in the book is so difficult tat i cud'nt understand tat.. plz guyz send me the link of some simple books on pointers.

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On the face of it, you would think eBook Readers would be perfect for an academic setting, but according to a [URL="http://www.engadget.com/2009/09/28/kindle-dx-called-poor-excuse-of-an-academic-tool-in-princeton/"]post on Engadget[/URL] this week, Princeton students participating in a pilot program were unhappy with the Kindle DX's feature set, particularly ones essential to students such as annotation and highlighting. Given that eBook Readers at some point will be relegated to niche devices (if they aren't already), you have to think that the academic setting would be *the* perfect niche, and that means that one of the eBook manufacturers is going to have to step up and develop a …

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Hello guys. After some time searching around the forums for a thread about an e-book for crash course from C++ to Java and no luck I decided to post a thread about it. So my question is,does anyone has or knows such book? Thanks in advance.

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Last week Amazon [URL="http://mashable.com/2009/07/17/amazon-kindle-1984/"]did something despicable[/URL]. They violated the privacy of every Kindle user when without warning they remotely deleted copies of George Orwell’s 1984 and Animal Farm from Kindle Readers. It seems that Amazon had determined these books had been purchased "illegally." (The irony of choosing these particular books goes without saying.) This set off a firestorm of protest and criticism aimed directly at Amazon and raised some very serious questions about electronic books (and electronic content) in general. If it could be deleted or even altered, what could that do to the integrity of the written word? My …

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Wow! That's a lot of e-book reader hardware units. I mean, everyone knew these things were popular after selling out so quickly straight off the bat. But 240,000 units? Who would have thought there would be such a huge demand for this kind of technology. Especially since every e-book reader I have tried, including those which incorporate the admittedly really quite gob-smackingly good e-ink display technology, has been let down by one crucial factor: content. Sure, it is great to have a few hundred books in one paperback-sized device. But only if they are a few hundred books that you …

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