May 26, 2016
I love the Kindle – but I don’t like how Amazon provides a good ecosystem and the cool features only for the books we buy from them. I understand why they do it – profit, monopoly etc… . And I really like their ecosystem. But as a reader, I would love a alternative ecosystem which works for .epub, and whatever other format e-books we buy from elsewhere (non-Amazon stores).
OK, what ecosystem am I talking about here? What exactly am I looking for?
I buy a e-book. It is in a .epub format (for this scenario).
I want to be able to read the book on multiple devices
So, is this possible today for non-Amazon bought DRM free e-books?
This issue has been on my mind for a while – here is a previous post on the highlights part of this. It is something I have been thinking about for a few years at least…
So, is this possible? And is it possible to set this system up for my Boyue? In the next installment, I will talk about my set-up.
(An Aside: Maybe I should stop this mockery of the fantasy epics I read too many of?)
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