This is a huge chunk of my Ebook Library put into torrent form. Njoy. Lots of DIY/HOWTO, CompSci, Art/Instructionals, and Fiction/Literature. Filelist in .nfo
File list paste for the lazy
You may have to use the secondary trackers. When I checked the default publicBT tracker was giving an error, but the backups worked.
Some of you niggers need to learn how to seed I see. A bunch of grabs/leeches, not one fucking seed. The fuck?
Yo OP, thanks for the goldmine. I've been looking for 80% of these for months.
My pleasure (op here). I'm actually working on a more robust set as we speak with about 8.5 Gb in all. Lots more to come.
I was recently able to get mt hands on a copy of the and two sets of the Tao of Jeet Kune Do.
I am looking for the ninpiden and Shoninki. I will post the first two here whenever I have the time unless abother thread already has it
Anon, this got the Doctor Spaceman's approval.
Are you retarded?
If you have read the whole thread you would understand that Ondrive doesn't let you batch download maps above 4 GB. I made a Megalink so you can download the whole map in one time. If you don't understand what it does, don't use it.
1.) Tons of "hacking" books. tbd if they are good or mostly crap; some seem legit from title.
2.) God tier cook book titles "The World's 100 tastiest cookies and how to make them", "Make 60 doughnuts at home", "Scones: the Ultimate Cookbook".
3.) There are a lot of "adult coloring books", and communist writings.
1&2 are great
2/3 great..... Today OP wasn't a faggot.
Hi not sure if this is a /g/ related question but I'm sure you guys know.
I currently have a android tablet and using various readers and file Explorer app on can get any file type like ebook epub mobi etc working by using the file manager app.
Does kindles or other dedicated readers allow me to open any type of file I want or are you restricted to using the stores?
Kindle are made to support .mobi files (they may support others but definitely don't support .epub). There's loads of free software available for converting to Kindle files though. I convert most thing so they are compatible, only takes a few minutes per book.
They mostly support limited number of file formats. Kindles are more restricted than other readers, e.g. Kobo. Kobo's can read EPUB, MOBI, HTML, CBR/CBZ (comic archives) and DRM-protected files from any place, which Amazon's readers can't. Both readers can also open PDF and TXT. Exclusive to Amazon are AZW files (Amazon's format; you can download books from Amazon in different format, though). Amazon readers can only open unprotected MOBI.
I have Kobo Aura, they support more file formats than Kindles, aren't restricted by DRM in any way and have better hardware and UX/UI (e.g. backlight - great stuff, as you can set it to 1% and it will gently lit the page at night). It's PDF support is also superior, which often is the only format you can get from torrents for some books.
You do have an option for third party vendors besides those brands as well, some of them make good things.
For example I got an Icarus excel for reading pdf files, since ones with diagrams and tables are difficult to read on a regular kindle. I got it a year ago and it still works, has a great battery life along with a nice feature of being able to write, with a stylus admittedly, any notes or diagrams on the work itself.
I'd look around at other places first and have in mind what you want specifically.