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Morgoth

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http://www.microsoft...oks/e-book.html

I hope this isn't non-news.

Free eBooks for various disciplines, many (mostly?) of them in English. No matter whether you need it for your job, as a student, or just to expand your horizon... JUST GET IT!
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Thanks for the heads up. Although I for one am suspicious.

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I might download a handful or two tomorrow :thumbsup:

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Thanks for the heads up. Although I for one am suspicious.

Suspicious of... what?

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The books might be full of Microsoft subliminal messages?

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Every 10 sentences there is written "I will kill Steve Jobs" in small Times New Roman letters. Of course, it's a bit outdated, but hey, it's hard to keep on track with all stuff at once.

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I guess this is the only use of our old books now.




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