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mobile computers vs. software freedom

From: Ivan Shmakov
Subject: mobile computers vs. software freedom
Date: Thu, 07 Jun 2012 15:41:04 +0700
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>>>>> Alfred M Szmidt <> writes:

 >> E-book readers are very popular now.  It sometimes happens that you
 >> want to read some stuff on your way to work.  However, PDF is hard
 >> to read on such devices because font is small even on big screens
 >> and when you zoom in margins are lost.  PDF is hard to convert to
 >> anything else so I wonder if it wasn't a good idea to publish GNU
 >> manuals in EPUB as well.  It's an open standard and may be even more
 >> popular in the future.

 > Are there any e-book readers that only run free software?

        I wonder, if there's /any/ mobile computer that doesn't rely on
        at least a tiny bit of non-free software?

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