I know this is a sticky so it doesn't need bumping but I kinda get the impression that most of the download sources are either dead or have limits.
So, in the spirit of sharing and as a gesture from a noobcakes to the forum, i'm going to spend the next few days digging out my archives of ebooks and manuals, sorting them into some kind of rational order, zipping them and then I will start uploading them to various filehosts.
I'll try to keep as many archives up as I can, but I have a monthly bandwidth limit on my so called 'unlimited' broadband plan so i'm making no promises, I'll try my best is all I can say.
What I have, off the top of my head, ranges from survival/escape/evasion, mil field manuals etc through to agriculture, hydroponics and natural medicines. Pretty much anything in between!
At a guess I'd say I have at least 10GB of documents
OK, so that may not sound much, it'd fit on a flash drive easy enough, but it runs to several thousand documents, alot of which are still unsorted.
Quite a few things I have are very difficult to obtain online these days and were downloaded some half a decade ago at the height of the torrent/p2p craze, including some books that have been banned in many countries, you have been warned! (and the download link will be tagged as such too).
I'll also try to collate some other sources of documents and make a post that consolidates these links in one place.
Bear with me as I sort this all out, I've got lots of other things I need to do too, as do we all, I just didn't want this resource thread to sputter out.