Overdrive ebook devices explained, sort of

<a href="http://blogs.westword.com/latestword/2009/12/denver_public_library_offers_e.php">A Denver weekly has this info on the compatibility of the most popular portable devices</a> with downloadables from the local library's Overdrive digital collection: <blockquote><I>"To help you sort through the muddle, we've explained below how the library's media downloads work with some of the most popular portable devices... iPhones and iPods: There's good and bad news,...[it] works with iPhones and iPods plugged into PCs, not Macs. Blackberries, Windows Mobile and Palm OS devices: If you own one of these gizmos,... Your device can read Denver Library eBooks -- some of them, anyway. Android phones: Suckers! Sony Reader: Well, look at you, fancy-pants Sony Reader owner. Your little thingamabob can read all of the library's eBooks, not to mention to its MP3-style audio books.</I></blockquote>
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