For those of you who haven’t seen this website yet, here’s a link, minus the stupidly long list of books that people tacked on.

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Despite resembling a 12-year-old’s 90s-era blog, tuebl.ca is AWESOME. It is all completely legal and, so far as I have seen, safe. If you have a tablet or phone that you like to read ebooks on, this site is for you.

My only real complaints are the aforementioned design choices and the lack of a good search/browse page. That said, it’s FREE, so I’m not going to whine too much.

If you are looking for a good ebook organizer for your computer, check out Calibre. It has a (mostly) user-friendly UI and can function as a content server to download ebooks to your tablet, smartphone, or laptop from your collection over a wireless network connection (Or over an internet collection from anywhere in the world, if you are comfortable with port forwarding).

If you want a good ebook reader for your Android device, I recommend Aldiko. It lets you keep a library of ebooks on your Android device, requiring only that you import a downloaded ebook from your SD card (or onboard storage). 

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Anyway, enjoy your free ebooks, and I hope this post will help spread the word about this awesome site.

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