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The El Reg book library - now on ePub

No Kindle? No problem

You asked for it, now you're going to get it.

We're talking about making the El Reg collection of ebooks available on ePub as well as Kindle.

Now you can enjoy the finest collected writing from our crack journalists on your Kobo, Sony Reader, Android tablet or Nook. Or all the above, if you're that way inclined.

So if you want to read El Reg's Life and Times of Steven Paul Jobs in a Faraday cage you can. Just as you can enjoy Liam Proven's A Short History of Virtualisation on your Kobo, even as you hit the button to migrate your entire server estate onto Amazon's EC2. Or Azure.

You won't have to worry about details such as having a Kindle, or even an Amazon account. And we'll continue not worrying about details such as punctuation or spelling. Well, not too much.

All you need to do is go here, select the book or books of our choice, and then click on the format of your choice. The only hardware you'll definitely need is some plastic with a stripe on it.

There'll be lots more titles joining the Reg library over the course of the year. So make sure you check back often. ®

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