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Yesterday I went over to the <a href="http://www.beogradskisajamknjiga.com/active/en/home.html">International Belgrade Book Fair</a> which is held every year sometime during October.

I'm not much of a book reader, although ever since I got my new smart-phone I've started reading lots of free e-books. The ...

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Well, after my recent purchase of Android, I got back into reading books again. Using <a href="http://www.fbreader.org/">FBReader's</a> built-in option for searching and downloading free e-books, I've stumbled upon a very nice fantasy book written by <a href="http://ecmock.blogspot.com/">Elizabeth C. Mock</a> ...

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From time to time I go back to Jamendo looking for something new to listen. Every time I get amazed by the quality of some of the albums that can be found there.

This time what drew my attention was the <a href="http://awards.jamendo.com/en/jamendoAwards2011">Jamendo Awards 2011</a>, which ...

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As it sometimes happens, I've been way too lazy to even start working on the photos I've made during my visit to Brussels this year for the FOSDEM conference. The photos have just been sitting around on my disk, collecting the bit-dust.

I have finally remedied this issue, converted the photos to appropriate ...

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In today's day and age I still find myself drawn to the old music from times before I was born. It's an interesting thing that with all the technical improvements and with the increased availability of musical instruments, mostly due to drops in prices, the old songs can still heat your heart much ...

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Inside of our heads, numerous ideas are born every minute of our lives. We strive to implement those ideas. We strive to enhance those ideas. Those ideas lead our lives as much as we lead our lives trying to bring them forth. They are our children, our creation, our form of art.

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And... Another fine book read. This time it's a parody fantasy book from Eric Flint, titled <em>The Philosophical Strangler</em>. The book follows the <em>adventures</em> of a strangler, named Greyboar, and his agent, Ignice (yep, the strangler got himself an agent). Now, as the title of the book suggests, the strangler has a ...

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It is very interesting how much good books can be found on the Internet for free. And when I say free, I'm not talking about torrent and warez sites, but about books that have been published by the authors themselves or publishing houses for anyone to download and read, completely free of charge.

One ...