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EcoBrain Gets On Top of Paperless Books

There are a lot of http://www.asian-americans.com/cialis-where-to-buy ways to get electronic books, like NetLibrary, Kindle, and so forth. But the the best choice generic online viagra titles are often limited. EcoBrain is onto this issue, and is providing an eco-sensitive way to get eco-educated.

They’ve started an online book store on environmental studies that is totally paperless. The main goal of the company is to reduce the environmental impact of reading. Going paperless is a sure-fire way to do that.

Readers can choose from hundreds of books in different areas, from environmental studies to fiction, from memoirs to day hikes, from green building to 5 mg cialis canada gardening, from renewable energy to kids books. While there are hundreds of titles, it’s a bit of a bummer that it is so niche. But a whole lot of other sites have the ebook thing covered, so niche marketing works in this case.

The company is only a year old, and more titles are rapidly being added to the library. The downloaded formats work with Adobe Reader, Palm Reader or Microsoft Reader, and there is www.hasselaar.nl also a selection of audiobooks in MP3 format. So if you’re running out of green reading material, can’t find many eco-titles at NetLibrary, or haven’t yet gotten your hands on a Kindle, EcoBrain is worth a look-see.

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written by boohoo, August 25, 2008
I wish the idea of http://eatingdisorderrecovery.com/levitra-how-much E-books would go away. I understand e-magazines possibly, but I really can't stare at a monitor for hours to read a book. I would be blind in a months time if only e-books were available. I think the who vision issue is why e-books will never be a big deal on the levitra medication consumer market.
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re: boohoo
written by Rashidk, August 25, 2008
The idea of staring at a computer screen is painful, however, an e-book reader does not use a standard computer screen. e-readers use e-ink technology with no backlight and only uses energy to "turn" pages, not actually display them. These e-readers are made specifically for reading and have absolutely NO eye strain. The only problem is that e-books at the moment are infested with DRM, are not any cheaper than regular books, and that e-readers themselves are still too expensive for the generic levitra uk overnight delivery average consumer.

-R

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Is it any more friendly?
written by KrisB, August 26, 2008
I would be interested to know what research, if any, exists that demonstrates that the environmental cost of reading a book for hours from a computer that requires power less than the environmental cost of producing a book. Does EcoGeek have anything that indicates this?
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what's wrong with paper
written by paul, August 26, 2008
Paper is renewable, it's made with renewable water, and it's a carbon bank.

Looks like upsides to me.
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textbooks
written by alan, August 26, 2008
we need to viagraovernight see a move towards more e-textbooks. every semester my professors have us buy these gigantic textbooks, some of which we hardly read. Then the next semester half of them come out with a new edition and they are useless!..can't sell em, and you can't imagine how many students end up throwing out these thick reams of paper!
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written by Herno, August 27, 2008
e-books is not the answer for regular books. I love to read and I can´t imagine reading a book without the sound of me turning pages or the beautiful smell of an old book! With text books is the same, I can´t study from a screen, can´t highlight things either but maybe in the newer e-readers it could be an option, but still, it´s not the same. I´m with you in reducing the amount of generic viagra online paper, but books have to remain books!

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