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Friday, January 27, 2006

Free E-Books From The University Of Virginia

A huge library of free e-books -- a great way to learn.

Kudos to the University of Virginia for compiling this wonderful resource.

"over 2,100 publicly-available e-books including classic British and American fiction, major authors, children's literature, the Bible, Shakespeare, American history, African-American documents, and much more."

"Each text on this list can be accessed in HTML (web version) for online viewing, and can be downloaded as both a MS Reader E-book for the Microsoft Reader and a Palm-readable text for the Palm Reader."

"Users of these e-books agree to adhere to our Conditions of Use"

Go take a look.

Think about what you enjoy - find a book to learn more about your passion.

The Electronic Text Center of the University of Virginia


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Blogger Steve said...

Hey, you know what's even better than E-Books? Audio books. Seriously. Check out Jay Abraham, Brian Tracy, and Tony Robbins for starters. I listen to these whenever I'm in the car instead of music. Amazing what you can learn just by listening and thinking.


8:39 AM  
Anonymous allan said...


Very true.

there are lots of good audio books out there.

Thanks for dropping by.

11:24 AM  
Blogger John said...

Hi Allan, thanks for your comment on my blog.

A useful resource there, I think you will have heard of Project Gutenburg, but the url is http://www.promo.net/pg/ , and it has a huge archive of free eBooks.

6:35 PM  
Anonymous allan said...


Thanks for the added information.


11:18 PM  

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