By LucianUngur | July 20, 2001 9:10 PM
It’s one thing to read a story and quite another to interact with it. Baggetta_Ware has created a series of electronic books that help students of literature and other serious readers do the later. Each of these books contain not only the full text of the book but also puzzles, study guides, and questions. Baggetta_Ware has already released several of these “interactive books” for desktop systems but they’ve recently began a parallel line for Pocket PCs. Each interactive book has a free downloadable demo version which has a limited selection of the text with the corresponding questions, puzzles, and guides. You can also download the full documentation at no charge before deciding whether you want to purchase the full product. The first two Pocket PC compatible interactive books are “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe, and Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s “Crime and Punishment.” If you do decide to purchase the full products, you can either order a CD ROM or download the software directly from their web site. You can pay via PayPal or send a check by mail.