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Reading PDF files on a portable device

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Marty Sasaki, RIP

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Cryptonomicon

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The Elizabethans were doing ASCII sorting

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What ereader device do I recommend

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Corporate bureaucracy

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Borrowed another ebook

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Bought some electronics

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I’m back, and what’s next

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I have a cold

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