e-book chipper • 19 December 2007 • The SnowBlog

e-book chipper

If I want to know a piece of information, my first thought is google. But if that doesn't work, the process goes like this: 1) google 2) ask people who might know 3) google some more 4) have a proper think about it 5) google-slog through lots of unpromising links panning for gold I'm at 2) at the moment on a question. Is there a website or a piece of software into which you drop an electronic copy of a book and out of which (brrchzzzang!) comes flying a dozen or more of the most common e-book formats? I'm sure such a thing exists, but I haven't yet found it. Any thoughts, o stoppers-by?


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