Here’s a unique website which should appeal to you Kindle DX owners, especially if you like the unusual. The owner of this website is collecting various technical books published before 1964 that didn’t have their copyright renewed. When I say unusual, think of books like the Basic Theory and Applications of Electron Tubes, The Cathode-ray Tube at Work, and Electronic Transformers and Circuits.
Each of the files on this site are in PDF format, which is why Kindle DX owners might like it, since Amazon is touting the DX as a better solution for larger-format and detailed books such as textbooks, newspapers, magazines, and I guess you could put technical manuals out there, too. For those of you who have received the software upgrade that makes viewing PDF’s better I wrote about in this post, let me know how it looks on your Kindle2.
Take a look at the Technical Books Online website by clicking here.