8472RE: [mythsoc] re: not finishing
- Feb 28, 2003
> Really! The opposite has happened to me. When I was in college, I had allHahaha! tee hehe!. My classes were usually at night, though in the end I did
> kinds of free time in which to read. If one class ended at 11:50 and the
> next didn't start until 1:30, I'd find a comfortable seat and read.
take some classes during the day during an "extended" lunch break. If I had an
hour to kill, it was done doing homework, or more rarely, sleeping.
Still, I managed read a good deal, but not as much as I liked.
> I can kinda sort of read _during_ work, using my little Sony PDA. I'llYou'd be surprised what you'd find on Kazaa. Despite what the RIAA would have me
> quickly scan a line of an "electronic book" in between claims. But not very
> many books are available cheaply in such a machine-readable format.
believe, I have no qualms about downloading pre-typed versions of books I
already own. The opportunity doesn't arise, because I don't own a PDA. It makes
for easy research, though, especially when I'm at work and my only link through
home is a remote computer connection.
Jason M. Abels
"The world is coming down around our ears and you're sticking at a few
vampires!" - Ben Mears, _Salem's Lot_
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