Seriously, if it could be made to handle Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, it would be interesting to identify which books share authors. I'd be very curious especially about the ones who's authors are more disputed such as the book of Hebrews, the gospels, and the Tanakh/Pentateuch.
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These guys have done several spoofs with linux: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rjpn3L3bSJQ&NR=1
This is very cool to me because it seems that they are actively trying to validate their other products to run Ubuntu. Hopefully this leads to a choice between MS Windows and Ubuntu when choosing any product."
Here are the only criteria I'm looking for.
- Able to directly connect via USB or Firewire (preferably USB but not required)
- Use non-optical storage (flash or hard drive)
- Be compatible with Linux/OSS
- I would like to stay around or under $300
For everything else, I'm up for suggestions.