where do i get a software for converting .pdf to .epub?
Does it all.
Anither good source of educational books for college and business is www.bookboon.com. All in .pdf format. Just give your email address. They will not spam you but only occasionally offer you new ones.Never any cost. All written by experts in the various topics covered.
Thanks for the other links.
Calibre is great software - I feel bad that it's taking me so long to send that guy some money. I have a Sony eReader and it has greatly increased my volume of reading - I never get on the bus without it.
I use Project Gutenberg a lot - although my challenge is that I often seek both French and English copies of the same title to help improve my French.
The Sony eReader is great for multi-language support and came with several built in language to language dictionaries. I can click on a French word and it will pop up with the French/English dictionary entry.
I also created a PDF calendar/daily notes document that I can use to mark down appointments and work schedule. :D
Depending on where you live, downloading from here may not be entirely legal.
I love this line. I love the way you use our language. Not entirely legal. Fantastic!
On the Kindle front, I learned recently you can lend books you've downloaded on your Kindle to friends, even if they don't have a Kindle themselves. Here's the explanation on how this works
I am so happy with my Kindle, it goes everywhere with me.