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Old 10-11-2009, 02:23 PM   #4
Fredkc
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Default Re: Looking for E-books for Researchers (Not Free)

Never underestimate Project Gutenberg.

Yes, it is mostly classical literature, but they have branched out immensely and.. always Free!

Yes, Scribd is a fantastic source for more modern works, and with a simple login, you can download most of what you read in PDF form.

I first found P.G. in about 1990. To date I have some 1,800 books from there, most of which I have converted to HTML myself (a little "pay it forward" present for my grand kids ). I keep about 320 of them online here.
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