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22 June 2011 @ 02:53 pm
stupid list keeps getting longer  

Not that I have time to read them, but everybody should recommend one classic (or otherwise free) piece of fiction/non-fiction/whatever that I should go download for my e-reader. :)

ereader stuff:
- buy the new DKM book & the rest of the CT books in e-format too O.O SQUEE
- get 1gb SD card
- install updated firmware

vaguely work-related stuff:
- write review
- get boxes for last couple book sets to pack up
- sign up for wfc in britain (when i get paid again)
- go through email & add fanmail addresses to the mailing list
- email the few people who wanted copies of HoF

life stuff:
- citizenship paperwork
- call landlord
- do insurance paperwork
- firebomb my office
- and the bedroom
- and the computer room, for that matter

(x-posted from the essential kit)
 
 
 
madmiss on June 22nd, 2011 03:02 pm (UTC)
I sometimes have a browse through manybooks.net, which is a site very similar to Project Gutenberg.

I just found Sommerville and Ross's 'Some Experiences of An Irish RM'. That I've been wanting to read for years.

Other than that my knowledge of 19th century authors is woeful. (Though, I recently started reading Edward Bulwer Lytton and actually quite like his work.)
joycemocha on June 22nd, 2011 04:36 pm (UTC)
Interestingly many of the 19th century authors read quite well on an iPod.