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Old Dec 06, 2012, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Norman Adlam View Post
Hmmm... haven't found it to be much of a prob, radix2..

I use it to manage, i.e. keep copies, of my books on my PC (and to update the metamedia, i.e. Icon covers, groups and descriptions) and, once I added the DRM plugin, it all gets converted automatically when I transfer them to my Kindle.

(But then everything is easy when you have a Brain The Size Of A Planet! )
as I said, we have around 14-15 e-readers in the family - that means 6-8 people, 4 of which are 75+ who need support and want books from all sorts of places. So you are right, it is easy, but easier still is not having to mess with them (yes, I am lazy and grumpy).

On the Ipad - iBooks also uses the epub format - so you are good to go with the library on that. A good way to transfer into the Ipad is to use dropbox and the dropbox app.
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