where does /lit/ gets ebooks?
I usually just google "name of the book" pdf
btdigg is a search engine that searches names of torrents around the world as well as file names and metadata.
There are massive packs of books as well as plenty of retail shit (sometimes I think it browses private trackers that arent set up well)
yeah, it's not as confortable as an ebook, but I don't have to deal with format problems. also I have the bright settings low and stop if feel my eyes tired.
I was thinking between a tablet or an ebook and I don't think I took a bad decision
>googling the name of the file you want
nighty night OP I'm outta here
I use my 5 for everything, but my wifes Air is clearly better, especially for PDFs. I know this isnt kosher with /g/ but I have never had a problem as a reader with an Ipad except for the battery life.
scrap paper, receipt, piece of string, a coin, a bent corner, paper you took notes on, etc. etc. etc
cannot possible be easier than pen/cil on literal paper
>jump to chapter
You mean like, opening up to a page?
>can read at night with out lamps
Just think of the money you will save on whale oil!
>don't have to carry heavy books
are you a background nerd in an 80's comedy? Is the weight of a few books giving you scoliosis or do you deal exclusively in the Arabic section of an Ivy library over-sized collection?