I wish I had an eBook reader.
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I like free stuff. I'm not crazy about reading full-length books on my PC screen though. I've two CD-ROMs full of digital versions of older Baen (I think) books that came packaged with Hard-back novels. Actually, I think one of the CDs has Trek eBooks on it, maybe New Frontier stuff.
But I'd love to have a "real" ebook reader, or even a PDA capable of dispaying ebooks.
Why should you read ebooks? Here's an article with 30 reasons!
And here's a free ebook based on the TV-show Firefly. This one is technically fanfic, since the option to publish it was never picked up.