Pete Podurgiel wrote:Wow, that's almost 4 feet of snow!
If you're looking for a bit of friendly advice, try to get as much snow off the roof as possible. We had one winter where the snow never melted off between storms and accumulated about as deep. A lot of older roofs failed (especially the flat ones). It's not a big problem when it is light & fluffy, but that can change quickly if you get a heavy rain ...it will soak it up like a sponge. If it's not possible to get up on the roof safely, perhaps look into getting (or making) a roof rake ... even just removing snow from the lower portion of the roof will better expose it to the sun & helps to avoid ice-dams.
Sure looks beautiful, though!
Paul Sofranko wrote:There's also this: Calibre. It's available for Windows, Mac, and Linux (not for any mobile device, however). Also, it isn't just a thing for which to read ebooks, it can manage your device's library and you can use it to convert files from one format to another. If anyone self-publishes, it can assist with that (convert your book from whatever format you've written it into a suitable format for Kindle, etc.)
It is also extensible: there's a boatload of extensions you can add on to it. My favorite is 'Search the Internet,' a plugin that enables you to search all types of online databases out there for that one book you know is out there somewhere....