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+ - Don't use a Kindle for Math or CompSci books->

Submitted by 00_NOP
00_NOP (559413) writes "Many Kindle users who read technical books will be used to having to handle what looks like second-class edits of the book: the ease of use of the device (just) making up for the problems caused by missing and misplaced paragraphs and non-Roman letters and symbols. But my experience in the last 24 hours has meant I will be avoiding using the device for technical reading — especially after a leading technical publisher told me the issue was not their editing, but the Kindle itself."
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Don't use a Kindle for Math or CompSci books

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