7 eBook Readers for the Mac
eBook Readers for the Mac may look the same, but there are a few things to consider to ensure you’ve picked the right one for your needs. With so many genealogical materials and great books becoming available digitally you’ll want to be armed with a quick checklist you can use to determine the right eReader for you.
MakeUseOf.com recently published such a checklist. The author reminds us that “Sure, tablets and e-ink devices are better ways to read than your computer – and even your phone is nicer than a laptop if you’re on the couch. But sometimes you need to open a book on your Mac.”
1 Awesome Source of free eBooks
Here’s one reason why you would want an eReader on your Mac: Project Gutenberg. This intriguing site offers over 45,000 free ebooks. You can choose from offerings like free epub and Kindle books as well as download them or read them online. And if that’s not enough, over 100,000 free ebooks are available through their Partners, Affiliates and Resources.
And these are high quality ebooks. According to the website “All our ebooks were previously published by bona fide publishers. We digitized and diligently proofread them with the help of thousands of volunteers.”
No fee or registration is required but you can help by donating, digitizing more books, recording audio books, or reporting errors.
Click here to read the article. And remember, an eReader might just help you reclaim some very precious shelf space!