EPUBReader

With our recent transition to a digital-only format, it's now possible to consume Linux Journal in a number of ways. For those so inclined, it's even possible to print each issue and bind it into a paper magazine. (The PDF lends itself quite nicely to that in fact) Electronically speaking, however, it's hard to beat the .epub/.mobi editions.

If you'd like to browse this month's issue without ever leaving your computer, you might want to check out EPUBReader, a Firefox add-on that turns your browser in a mini-library. After installing the add-on, epub files are opened automatically and added to the local epub library. To access your library, simply go to Tools, and select ePub-Catalog. You'll be presented with a list of all your locally stored epub books, and with a simple click, you can be browsing.

EPUBReader includes support for an interactive table of contents, which makes wise use of a computer's widescreen display. It even supports keyboard shortcuts! EPUBReader is free, cross-platform and quite honestly, a really nice e-reader app. Check it out for yourself at http://www.epubread.com.

______________________

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

Comments

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.

Jose is right

Shabda Raaj's picture

If you are using Ebooks, calibre is a must!

http://agiliq.com/

very nice

cobasaja's picture

wow this nice in my country linux very popular
http://scientificcalculatorstore.com

where can i print bound copy of linux journal?

Anonymous's picture

There is a book store with a book printing machine. Do any readers have
any experience having the linux journal printed on a book printing machine?

I use coolreader and calibre for epub reading :)

Jose Cuervo's picture

I use coolreader and calibre for epub reading :)

not the same

msoulier's picture

The best thing about ebook readers is the e-ink surface that, most notably, does *not* feel like reading off of a computer screen.

Geek Guide
The DevOps Toolbox

Tools and Technologies for Scale and Reliability
by Linux Journal Editor Bill Childers

Get your free copy today

Sponsored by IBM

Webcast
8 Signs You're Beyond Cron

Scheduling Crontabs With an Enterprise Scheduler
On Demand
Moderated by Linux Journal Contributor Mike Diehl

Sign up now

Sponsored by Skybot