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am i buying a phantom copy of your book or the real thing?
Asked by jjeffdavis
Posted Apr 10 2012 10:53 AM
If I order a book do I get the physical .epub file which i can then copy from my computer to my nook? or do i get the phantom copy that can only be read on one device at a time? if i do get the phantom copy, can i somehow load it onto my nook and my mac at the same time? i'm trying to figure out how all this works.
Answered by rachel.j
Posted Apr 11 2012 05:24 AM
Thanks for writing us. When you purchase an ebook from oreilly.com, you do get the actual ebook files. All of our ebooks are DRM-free and you can download them from Your Account as many times as you like, so you don't have to worry about losing your files. We also try to make our ebooks available in as many formats as possible, so you can use your preferred formats on any of your devices. You can read more about our ebooks at http://shop.oreilly....rvice/ebooks.do
Once you purchase an ebook, it will become available on Your Products page and you can download from there.
Hope that helps!
Answered by bhosmer
Posted Apr 11 2012 05:23 PM
I read my ebooks on multiple devices and applaud O'Reilly for trusting their customers enough to allownthis freedom.