Aportis Library for the Palm Pilot
One of the wonderful things you can do with a Palm Pilottm is to use it to read books. While it isn't as nice as reading a hard copy book, there are advantages to using a Palm Pilottm to read soft copies of books and other documents:
- Portable and handly.
- The books take up little room.
- You can read it in the dark.
- Other people can't see what you're reading (good for boring meetings).
- A large variety of free books in the public domain that have been converted to electronic format.
- Convenient platform for reading books that are only available electronically.
I have converted some public domain books on political philosophy to AportisDoc format. To use these documents, you'll need a copy of the AportisDoc shareware program for Palm Pilotstm. Simply download the document you want and install it on your Palm Pilottm using the Palm Desktop software.
What is Seen and What is Unseen by Frederic Bastiat
The Law by Frederic Bastiat
The Discourse on Voluntary Servitude by Etienne de la Boétie
The Proper Role of Government by Davy Crockett
Second Treatise on Government by John Locke
The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli
On Liberty by John Stuart Mill
Common Sense by Thomas Paine
The Rights of Man by Thomas Paine
No Treason by Lysander Spooner
If you have any problems with these files, or have any suggestions for additional titles, please drop me a note.