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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by edtf, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. edtf

    edtf

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    QC
    I know this is pretty far off from firearms but I just wanted to share this to you guys. It might be of interest to some.


    Open Access to eBooks from 7/04/09 to 8/04/09.

    Created by contributions from 100+ eLibraries from around the world, here are the largest collections.

    Starting July 4th 2009 is the Fourth Annual World eBook Fair. Our goal is to provide Free access for a month to 2 Million eBooks.
    ..100,000+ from Project Gutenberg
    ..500,000+ from The World Public Library
    1,385,000+ from The Internet Archive
    ..250,000+ from eBooks About Everything
    ....17,000+ from IMSLP


    http://worldebookfair.org/Collections.htm
     
  2. horge

    horge -=-=-=-=- Lifetime Member

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    Jan 22, 2004
    almost home
    *thumbsup*

    I've been ransacking Gutenberg since it was first up... heheh.
    Great for historical research, which more often than not requires
    finding an old, out-of-print reference.
     


  3. jerrytrini

    jerrytrini

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    19th Hole
    May I recommend "My Far Away Home" by Mary Mckay Maynard. A true story of a small group of Americans stranded in Mindanao during WWII.