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Safari Launches a Mobile Version of Books Online

I still haven't gotten into the habit of reading eBooks on my cell phone. Call me crazy — because I seem to manage reading pages and pages of emails just fine — I just can't seem to wrap my mind around the idea of reading an entire book on my phone. But for those of you who have already jumped on the phone-reading bandwagon, Safari has just launched a mobile version of its online bookstore.

Accessed by visiting m.safaribooksonline.com on web-enabled cell phones, users can now search the Safari Books Online site to find books. And just a heads up to Safari books newbies, its library selection is basically filled with reference books related to technology, creative, and business and management categories.

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EvilDorkGirl EvilDorkGirl 7 years
Yeah Geeksugar I'm with you. I actually love physical books; I can't imagine replacing my library with a gadget, and I wouldn't want to.
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