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101 Free Tech Books

Feb - 19 - 2011
Nicole C. Engard

A couple of months ago I wrote about 101 Free Tech Books for you all. This month I want to remind you that this site is a must for anyone interested in technology or getting free books! Because of my previous post I just won five free tech books! This will bring my count of free books to 7 since signing up in the fall (and have seen my librarian friends get free books too). For all of the librarians reading this, sign up and try to get some updated books for your collections!!

5 Responses so far.

  1. mugabo says:

    I think it would be ethical of you to disclose that your links contain a referral code (rid=K80Q802581) which increase your chances of winning, thereby calling into question your motivations for promoting the site.

  2. Nicole says:

    My motivation is to get librarians to know that the site is out there and if I get a few referrals great. Once all my friends sign up I get no more referrals, but my friends get free books. Seems like a win win to me.

  3. Jean Thomas says:

    Thank you Nicole! I will also advertise the site in my Faculty Librarian Newsletter!

  4. Chetan Hegde says:

    Hi, Just have 1 question though. I am a Librarian from India, if I sign up will they also send the books to India, or is it specific to one geographic area.

  5. Nicole says:

    I would think it’s specific to the US – but you should ask on their site to confirm.

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