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Calibre has an add in that removes almost all DRM. So I have a library of ebooks that I store on dropbox via Calibre and access on android and a fondle slab, my kids and a number of fellow SF freaks have access to the library, where's the problem.
I simply purchase and download the books, drag the file into Calibre, it cleans it, converts to epub if required and stores it in dropbox, bloody simple and easy and the DRM people can shove where the sun don't shine.
Now if only I could purchase any book I wanted without geo restrictions, I have not bothered to circumvent that as it is not too dramatic an inconvenience.
Never underestimate the power of human stupidity
I started with a Nook Simple Touch. Worked fine and had great battery life but the lack of a back light and no apps drove me to a tablet (iPad Air). Haven't touched the Nook since I first powered on the tablet.
Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master. ~ George Washington
Gin lovers of the world rejoice as World Gin Day returns for its sixth year on Saturday 14 June 2014!!
World Gin Day is a celebration of all things gin, giving us a legitimate excuse (not that we need one) to mix up a cocktail and learn about all of the exceptional gins that are currently on the market.