Safari to Kindle, According to Pogue

Safari books users rejoice: Well-known NY Times tech pundit David Pogue mentions that:
“O’Reilly is about to offer a bunch of its bestsellers for sale on the Amazon Kindle. . . Early next month, the company will also start selling electronic versions of certain books with no copy protection. For a single price (cheaper than the printed-book price), the package will include the book in three formats: PDF, Mobipub (compatible with the Amazon Kindle), and Epub (soon to be compatible with the Sony Reader).”
As an experiment, Pogue will be offering his popular “Windows Vista: The Missing Manual” on the buy-the-electronic-versions program.

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