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March 30th, 2000

[10:00 AM] Stephen King Mac E-Book Saga Gets PDF Solution
by Staff

Adobe and have teamed up to bring Stephen King's latest work to Mac users. King released his first e-book "Riding the Bullet" a couple of weeks ago, but the e-book reader was not available for the Mac. Thanks to Adobe and, a PDF version of the book is now available.

The PDF file can be read using the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Both "Riding the Bullet" and Adobe Acrobat Reader are available for free download.

You can find more information on the product at the company's web site.

The Mac Observer Spin: Good News for the many Stephen King fans who were frustrated by not having "Riding the Bullet" available for their Macs. There has been a hubbub over Mac support for Mr. King's Net distributed book since it first hit the Cyberstreet. We first reported that Mr. King's office had committed to providing Mac users cheap hard copies of the book while Mac support was being worked out. At some point, this either changed or turned out to be a mistake, but the situation has apparently been solved at last.

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