On my eBook shelf

So I spent an afternoon traipsing around the city shops of Melbourne in search of two particular books. I asked at the desks and eventually conceded that these two titles were not currently available in print. Neither were old or obscure titles. I want to support local businesses in preference to large multi-national companies that monopolise the market. Alas this was not possible.

The next day when seated at my desk with blisters on my feet I quickly and easily and cheaply downloaded the two ebook versions onto my iPad. I find that my eBook shelf is gradually filling up (if that is possible?!) Talking with colleagues at work, who share a love of books, reading, and techno-gadgets, we compare our eBook experiences. One person deletes the books she buys after she has read them assuming they remain on her invisible purchases sitting in ‘the cloud’. None of us seem to mind what format the book is in, and ultimately it is all about the content and getting our hands on it when we want it.


On my iBooks shelf 

1.  The biology of belief: unleashing the power of consciousness, matter and miracles by Bruce H. Lipton Ph.D. (2005)

2.  Wheat belly: Lose the wheat, lose the weight, and find your path back to health by William Davis M.D. (2011)

3.  Make shift happen: Changing how you look by changing how you think by Dean Dwyer (2012)

4.  Expect more: demanding better libraries for today’s complex world by R. David Lankes (2012)

5.  Walden: and on the duty of civil disobedience by Henry David Thoreau via Project Gutenberg

6.  Beatles Yellow Submarine by Subafilms Ltd. (2011)

7.  I quit sugar by Sarah Wilson (2012)

8.  Winnie the Pooh by A. A. Milne (ebook edition 2010)

9.  Leaves of grass by Walt Whitman (ebook edition via Project Gutenberg 2008)

10. Living as a river: Finding fearlessness in the face of change by Bodhipaksa (2010)

11. Rainbow’s end by Rex Ellingwood Beach (1971) (ebook edition via Project Gutenberg 2004)

On my Bluefire Reader shelf

53 documents (either PDFs or ePubs)

Relating to work, food & health, and study


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