I prefer to work with electronic academic texts in PDFs since I can annotate them in a portable way and easily store them in Zotero. I have a few texts, however, that I only have access to as epub's. What's the best way to annotate them so that I can return to those annotations at any point and search them in Zotero? [more inside]
iBooks - how to get them on to my hard drive? [more inside]
What is the best, most orderly way to add and organize recipes on my Kindle Touch for optimal viewing? [more inside]
I'm having no luck transferring the *complete* web page of 197 responses to this question posed by edge.org
(previously on the blue, I think) to my little friend, a Kindle Keyboard (aka Kindle 3).
I've tried using both Instapaper and Readability, but I think there's code in the webpage to disable a complete scraping. I'm also attempting to use calibre, and if anybody has a recipe that downloads a plain
web page (probably using something called "web2disk") in calibre, I'm all ears.
Adobe Digital Edition - how do I get away from it? [more inside]
Any tips and advice on how to manage your e-book files and library, especially on calibre? [more inside]
I've downloaded the Project Gutenberg CD
, which contains 600 or so classic books on an ISO. I'm wanting to put those books on my Nook via Calibre, and need some help. [more inside]
Why does the Stanza app on my iPhone not recognize the calibre-stamped metadata on some of my .epub files? [more inside]
What's the best / easiest way to process / format material I've downloaded or copied from the web to read on Apple's Books app? On a Kindle? If I format for the Kindle, would the material be synced on both devices if I use the Kindle iPhone app as my reader? I've been using Calibre to rip ePubs, but there has to be an easier way than what I'm doing, which takes forever. [more inside]