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The BookFob eBook on a keychain. Take one common or garden USB flash drive, throw in some sort of eBook reading software, add some content protection and cutesy marketing, and presto, a product for the naive geekular literati. Yuck. Probably better to get hold of Tom’s free eTextReader, a cheapo flash drive and subscribe to Project Gutenberg, eh?

  Each BookFob memory stick has a built-in unique identifier. This unique identifier acts as the key to decrypting the content of the stored e-book for viewing. By possessing the BookFob, this insures that you are the legitimate owner of the book. Content is not capable of being shared on the Internet or copied and distributed. This should ease authors’ and publishers’ concerns and insure maximum security of their documents

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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