NTLK A Christmas Gift to the Newton Community

From: Ray Kloss (raykloss@umich.edu)
Date: Fri Dec 17 1999 - 11:40:34 EST

To all,

I know there are a lot of Newton Books out there, but most are
formatted for the 120-130 screen and very few for the 2000 MP. To
that end, I decided to reformat Dicken's "A Christmas Carol". I was
inspired to read it after hearing Patrick Stewart's one man play (on
CD) - which is magnificent - and read the whole thing on my Newton.

I now present this to the Newton Community for your enjoyment. I hope
you like it as much as I did. It is formatted for the 2000 MP series,
and includes illustrations (not by me). A good read. You can find it
on Info-newt's FTP site. I release it to the Internet, so spread it
around if you like.

It's in


but will eventually move to


so if the first doesn't work, try the second.


On the subject of Newton books. I know many are out there but I would
like to think about starting an archive for the Newton Press files,
so that others can take books and reformat them for MP 2000 or for
120, as needed. I would love to have the Sherlock Holmes series to
read, but he small screen size of the current books is too small. If
the Newton Book files were available, I could just redo them and read.

Have a happy and safe holidays

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