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Covergirl
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I've seen the odd hyping of various eBooks on this forum, but never been particularly impressed.

I accidentally came across Morrisons magazine - well impressed? Yes, to say the least!!

It's a bit like a Powerpoint presentation - a real fancy one with every transition effect you could possibly use - as well as animation, banners and embedded video - admittedly a lot of advertisements, but on the whole a great effort. The Wolf Blass advert is particularly impressive.

Just checked Tescos online mag and although it uses transitions, it' nowhere near as good as Morrisons imho.

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shellship

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Covergirl Looked at the Kindle site and never realised I could read books on my Samsung Galaxy phone. Thanks for starting this thread.

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Covergirl

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lotvic LoL.

Canarieslover Really need to see a doctor if it's that bad. Hopefully you have a photographic memory and instant recall?

Shellship I registered for the Amazon e-reader on my GT540 and got the huge selection of 3 free books so dumped it.

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Aitchbee

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I think a better prefix for electronic written material could be "E type..".

For example:-

E type book

E type mag

E type rag (newspaper)

E type bill

E type Jag....sorry that's a car!

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Aitchbee

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...definition of an E type - 'someone who owns a kindle'

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Quickbeam

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Have you spotted this 'How to get eBooks for free' link that's appeared on the PCA site?

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