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Jun 25 2010, 07:06 AM
So if you have one of these e-readers, you can just go to the website and read them? These e-readers are like a laptop, sorta, where they connect to the internet through a wireless connection? (Kinda new to the wireless stuff).

Not sure exactly what you're asking.

The majority of public domain works are free online and can be accessed using any computer or laptop.

I can't speak about how the kindle and its sister e-books work. I assume you can connect them to a computer to download the e-book after paying online if it's a book that's copyrighted. At that point it's on the e-book and can be read anywhere, anytime and doesn't need any wireless access.
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