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Ebook vs PDF: What's the Difference? - Book CaveThe page is a reading list sharing the best books to read in various categories based on many hours of reading and research. I only list the best books to read in each category. You can be sure that each one is fantastic and will be worth your time. Want to keep things simple? For many of the nonfiction books I read, I publish my personal notes and write a three sentence summary of the main ideas in the book.
Why Can't I use a PDF? – The Differences Between eBooks and Books Designed for Print
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If you have a PDF, this means that you already have an electronic version of your book. It seems like this should be all you need, right? A PDF is actually very, very different from an eBook. A PDF is the file used to design your book for print; an eBook's main purpose, on the other hand, is to be read on an eReader. In fact, that's one of the biggest draws for people who use eReaders.
Started by Lawand. Ismail , 6 Apr Posted 6 Apr The answer to your question is in the "accused of downloading torrents" thread. You don't get in legal trouble just for downloading, but you might for sharing. I'm not a lawyer but if a book is out of copyright it should be ok?