Access online the books you bought from Amazon

A few days ago Amazon Upgrade was announced, which lets you access (some of) the books you bought from them — for a reasonable fee.

Here’s how the announcement looks like:

 

Get online access to your physical books with Amazon Upgrade and you can:

  • Start reading the book immediately while you wait for your physical copy to arrive
  • Add notes, highlights, and bookmarks to any page
  • Print pages of the book, and even copy and paste the text

And you can do all this from any Internet-connected computer, meaning your book is always with you.
Learn more

Visit our Amazon Upgrade store                       
                                                                     
 

Online access to your books with Amazon Upgrade
Below is a list of books you’ve purchased from Amazon.com that you may upgrade to read online. Select the titles you wish to upgrade, and the total price appears automatically at the bottom.
If you’d like to be notified automatically when new books are added to your list, subscribe to our monthly e-mail that lets you know when you have new eligible books to upgrade.
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| XPath 2.0 Programmer’s Reference (Programmer to Programmer) by Michael Kay
Purchase date: September 01, 2004

Amazon Upgrade price: $6.99

XSLT 2.0 Programmer’s Reference (Programmer to Programmer) by Michael Kay
Purchase date: September 01, 2004

Amazon Upgrade price: $7.99

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Total: $0.00*

(Not all books are eligible. Why?)

* Sold by Amazon Digital Services, Inc. – Additional taxes may apply

 

 

 

Now, if only this book could also be made accessible:

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