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  1.    #1  
    Hi, don't know where to post this question. But do you guys know if Harry Potter is available in eBook version? hehe...thanks!
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    I don't know, but check www.memoware.com. They seem to be the best place for free palm Docs/databases.

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    I'm quite sure that Harry Potter is NOT available in EBooks. The book is just a little too profitable and EBooks are not quite safe.
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    Seeing that Harry Potter is a children's book, I would somehow doubt that there is an e-book version of it. Noting our recent demographic poll (unscientific, however), most Visor (and probably PDA) users are in the age group of about 20-40 or so. The youngest person with a Visor/PDA is around 16 (although I think someone on Visorcentral did say he/she is 11?).

    Nevertheless, I don't think that parents will be buying PDAs for their young children (in the harry potter age bracket) for quite some time,... at least until the price drops (way down, to like, under $100),...
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    HEY
    i'm 12 and from Canada and i have a visor deluxe. I had to save up my $$$. I just got my visor yesterday at compusa.
    I have to agree with cashman and everyone else. I don't think that Harry Potter would be an ebook
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    Originally posted by Cashman:
    Seeing that Harry Potter is a children's book, I would somehow doubt that there is an e-book version of it.
    I guess you haven't been paying attention.
    The first three Harry Potter books have been on the top of the New York Time's Adult book list for a couple of years now.
    Many book reviewers point out how these are the kind of books that can be read on a chidrens and an adult level.
    When the bookstores were opening on midnight with the current Harry Potter book, children were a distinct minority.

    And while I was born in 1957, I have throughly enjoyed reading them, and so has my wife.

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    Right there with you Winchell. I just got the fourth book on Saturday. I am in my upper 20s, and I think they are great.
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    Actually, the NY Times Bestseller List is all inclusive, children and adults. But because of the Hary Potter domination they have decided to start a separate children's list.

    So I guess this means they consider them childrens' books after all.

    D.
    (Still waiting for his copy of HPIV.)
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    Hi,
    I have serveral freely available public domain e-books at my web page, if interested?

    Byron
    http://home.clarksville.com/~bcollins/index.htm
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    Age 12
    I read on Harrypotterfans.net that some .txts are circulating illegally (sp?) online.

    BVD Owner (Maybe we should start an under-15 Visor User group?)

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    Since VC is an amazon affiliate, you can putchase books through them, too. Since a bunch of you want a copy of HPIV, you can get it from http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...bosnation0e-20
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    I'm 14

    I haven't read the harry pottor books yet but I probly will once the hipe is over and it is noloner the cool thing to do ( I hate being in the norm ) But I probly would read them if they were in ebook form. If anybody can tell me where to get thoes txt files..... j/k.

    My parents have read them and I haven't so if you ask me there are enought old people (no offence reading them to justify release as an ebook

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    Originally posted by Celchu19
    I'm 14
    ( I hate being in the norm )

    Me too, thats why I got a Visor Dlx and Stowaway. If I wanted to be normal I would have gotten a Palm IIIe (The PDA of choice because of its low cost).
    BEN
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    cool but I was forced to get a Visor Solo and Kidnap my dad's cradle for money reasons(although I did get a stowaway), I plan to get some sort of memeory exepansion soon but I get 15 dollors a week or so for chores and lawnwork, and with winter approching there won't be much lawn work to do.

    It's my understanging that having a Palm of anykind takes you out of the norm.

    Where do you get the money for your Visors (all youngish ppl) and accories?

    Sam Kleinman

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    Last summer I worked in a resturant, sill have about 300 dollars left from that (that was horrible work). During the year I did semi-professional theater work, have about 800 from that still left (very fun business) and during this summer I did miscelanious chores for people (roofing, yard work, dog watching for my cousin, moving, etc..) and I have about 400 left from that. When I get desperate for cash I ask my parents. I do alot of work around the house, and I'm supposed to get 10 bucks a week, but they hardly pay me... so I ask for a little when I need it and they don't care.
    BEN
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    and how old did you say you were?
    Sam Kleinman

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    You can leagly work with out too much horrable paperwork. I however can't, anyway back to the topic. Has anyone heard about the MesaView springbord eBooks, if harry Potter wer to be released on e-book a springbord is probly the most logical way to do it. MesaView has the best springbord ebook poliy, if they can ever get it released.
    Sam Kleinman

    PocketPCThoughts.com
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    Musings of a Teal Artist
    CollectiveArts TechMusings

    "Everybody don't like something and we all don't like you." -- Richard Thompson, Hard Luck Stories
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    Originally posted by jeff318
    Age 12
    I read on Harrypotterfans.net that some .txts are circulating illegally (sp?) online.

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    Take a look in the newsgroups.I've seen all four HP books go through alt.binaries.e-book in the past few weeks.That group has proved an invaluable resource for building my budding e-book collection.
    "I sync, therefore I am."
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    Thanks I'll check it out, However I am not a collector, I just read e-books and move on, I will check that out.
    Sam Kleinman

    PocketPCThoughts.com
    CollectiveArts
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    Musings of a Teal Artist
    CollectiveArts TechMusings

    "Everybody don't like something and we all don't like you." -- Richard Thompson, Hard Luck Stories
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