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Project Gutenberg (gutenberg.org) January 13, 2009

Posted by stuffilikenet in Books.
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Project Gutenberg is one of the most wonderful things in the web.  It’s a huge collection of books in downloadable formats.  Pretty much every classic work is there (100,000 titles between the Project and its friends) and many newer books (I never would have read Don Quixote without them, nor Arabian Nights).  Audiobooks are also available; lots of Andre Norton, for example.  I can’t say enough about this wonderful resource, except to suggest a trivially small donation from each person would be very helpful; say, one penny per book.  They take PayPal.

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