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    High Seas Adventures: A Historical Collection of Maritime Life
    From: W F Jones
    Date: 2012 Nov 27, 07:52 -0500

    This message is somewhat off-topic, however it may be of interest to
    some of you.
    
    Thanks to the British Library and its partner BiblioLabs, you can add
    more than 100 nautical tales from its collection "High Seas Adventures:
    A Historical Collection of Maritime Life" to your personal library.  The
    High Seas Adventures collection includes historical texts, fiction,
    reports, poetry and biographies, which are now available for free via
    iTunes.
    
    I recently came across the above ('Yachting' magazine) but I'm not an
    Apple guy so can't get the collection.  The initial address of
    http://www.bibliolabs.com is probably the correct place to start.  You
    must sign-up with them before you can download the iPad App.
    
    It seems like the British Library only wants to share with Apple iPad
    users.  That is indeed strange.
    
    Regards,
    Frank J.
    Rochester, NY
    
    
    
    

       
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