eCub is a cross-platform tool for creating EPUB and MobiPocket books. EPUB is become a popular e-book standard and is open and free for all to implement. EPUB files can be read by MobiPocket, Adobe Digital Editions, FBReader, Stanza, the Sony Reader, and many other readers and applications. MobiPocket books can be read on desktop platforms, mobile platforms and the Amazon Kindle e-book reader.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:I am also a fairly unrepresentative customer in that I access things only once.
I have a real problem understanding people who read the same book more than once, or watch the same DVD over and over again.
nordle wrote:What about music? Do you listen to a track and then never put it on again.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:I have a real problem understanding people who read the same book more than once, or watch the same DVD over and over again.
LeeNukes wrote:Does that app that can create ebooks not create a format that is supported on the Kindle then?
Looks like it can:
Rhakios wrote:I have read Aldous Huxley's "Point Counterpoint" twice, so far. And were it not for the fact that the plot was essentially the same both times, I could well have been reading a different book on each occasion. In the 15 years between readings, my point of view and knowledge about life (and indeed Huxley's life) had changed considerably and this made the book a substantially different read.
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