Did you possibly mean text?
- n. alternative spelling of e-text.
“So the etext is worth half – as it would cost a LOT to print at home, or needs to be offset against an expensive reader, or professionally printed at reasonable cost.”
“We've got movies, we've got this netflix etc, textbook companies are promising etext options by fall prompting colleges to start orders to hand out ipads to students and so on. now some folks don't like Apple's one stop shopping mandate. but a lot of less tech savvy folks won't care. in fact that will be a point in favor for them”
“Free etext of “From the Clay of His Heart” now available”
“University of Virginia etext repository, LIT and PDB, mostly:”
“I may well be more biased too – having read “down and out in the magic kingdom” by Cory Doctrow (which was released free via cc license as an etext), I felt compelled to pay to go see the fellow speak when he was in town.”
“I bought the complete 6 volume penguin classics proust based on a pirate etext of the first volume, and recently purchased another copy for a friend in the states.”
“My analysis is that they'd be unlikely to pay full price for a legal etext, but might pay something if there were a way to do it maybe even as much as $5.”
“Edited by Teresa Nielsen Hayden, etext format mangling by Kindle Unkiltering.”
“Cally, 196: Thank you, but I don't want the etext--I just really love the idea of proofing the same edition of Chaucer my grandfather taught from.”
“Here is a link to the Gutenberg etext edition of the System of Logic.”
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