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Britannica Concise Encyclopedia 2010

Britannica Concise Encyclopedia 2010 Review


Looking for a great back to school primer for the kids, or a would-be college grad? Give them the gift of knowledge on iPhone, or iPod touch with Paragon's Britannica Concise Encyclopedia 2010. The "concise" part is something they might appreciate, that is until they have to dredge through real books for their term papers. Nothing makes you seem smarter though than really well-remembered cliff notes (except maybe actually knowing the full topic). Read on for my short review of this mini-tome of encyclopedic information.

Paragon Releases Britannica Concise Encyclopedia 2010 2.0


If you (not unlike me) have lived for more than 20 or so years, you might have fallen for buying a bunch of actual hard-bound encyclopedia books. If so, then like me, you now have a bunch of out-of-date volumes eating up shelf space. Welcome to the digital age, because Paragon has released a new concise 2010 2.0 version for iPhone iOS. Read on for more info...

Britannica - It is concise


The definition of concise is: expressing or covering much in few words; brief in form but comprehensive in scope. 

Encyclopedia Britannica now available for the iPhone


It's amazing how far things have come. Raise your hand if you remember when encyclopedia salesmen used to go door to door, selling you a shelf of books for hundreds of dollars. Now you can have the Encyclopedia Britannica in the palm or your hand for $25. The Britannica Concise Encyclopedia 2010 has over 25,000 entries covering art, history, geography, politics, technology, science, sports, pop culture, and other subjects. It also has over 800 images and maps. And if you shake your iPhone, it brings up a random article.

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