A few days ago, I shared how much fun I'm having with my Nook SimpleTouch, which has made ebook reading a lot "speedier" compared to my 1st-gen Nook and "lighter" compared to my iPad.
Like anyone else, I'm always on the lookout for fresh content to consume, and I found this list from OpenCulture.com worth checking out...you may as well!
- Free eBooks - "This collection features free e-books, mostly classics, that you can read on your iPad/iPhone, Kindle, Nook or other devices. It includes great works of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. "
- Free Audio Books: What better way to spend your free time than listening to some of the greatest books ever written? This page contains a vast number of free audio books – 550 works in total – including texts by Arthur Conan Doyle, James Joyce, Jane Austen, Edgar Allan Poe, George Orwell and more recent writers — Italo Calvino, Vladimir Nabokov, Raymond Carver, etc.
- Free Textbooks: And one last item for the lifelong learners among you. We have scoured the web and pulled together a list of 150 Free Textbooks. It’s a great resource particularly if you’re looking to learn math, computer science or physics on your own.
- Baen Free eBook Library
- Baen (some books cost money but are DRM free, which is great!)
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