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    I loved this one, with all my bundles I have gotten over the years I could run an IT library!
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    Thanks for sharing this. I cheaped out and went for the $1 bundle. For my IT library I use and highly recommend Calibre. https://calibre-ebook.com/ There's even an option to spin up a web-server from within Calibre so you can literally host your own IT library on your personal network.
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    It's a good deal but it's hard for me to read technical books as an eBook. For technical things, physical books work so much better for me for some reason.
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    Thanks for this well worth it!
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    Thanks for posting. Definitely gonna check this out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabostrong View Post
    It's a good deal but it's hard for me to read technical books as an eBook. For technical things, physical books work so much better for me for some reason.
    Just print the pages that you need and keep them in a binder.
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    Thanks mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabostrong View Post
    It's a good deal but it's hard for me to read technical books as an eBook. For technical things, physical books work so much better for me for some reason.
    Instead of reading ebooks from your PC or mobile, get a good 10" tablet that has Retina display and protect it with good leather case. And pair your tablet with a equivalent size journal/notebook for writing notes. This works very well for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoba222 View Post
    Thanks for sharing this. I cheaped out and went for the $1 bundle. For my IT library I use and highly recommend Calibre. https://calibre-ebook.com/ There's even an option to spin up a web-server from within Calibre so you can literally host your own IT library on your personal network.
    Thanks for sharing this, very useful.

    Thanks Mike7, I will skip this bundle, still planning to read the books I bought in a previous bundle .
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    The main ones I’d actually read were made available for free online by the authors. The 35% off NonStarch might be useful though.
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