ElbitZ.NET, one of the best E-Learning trackers around, is currently open for new signups. You can find many tech related E-books on this site as well as tutorials, test engines, magazines and many more. ElbitZ is not all about tech stuff; there are even content related to music, dating and languages as well as on many other general categories. ElbitZ currently tracks over 4500 torrents.

There are quite a lot of packs at ElbitZ, some weighing nearly 50GB. Below is a screenshot of some of them:

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ElbitZ is a great source of information and educational content for both students and professionals alike. The site is currently open for signup so interested readers may join for free.

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Signup URL: http://elbitz.net/signup.php (Closed at time of post but will be open from 15th to 17th so check frequently)

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4 Comments

  1. Zubair // 10/08/2008 05:18:00 PM  
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  2. jayanath // 10/08/2008 11:22:00 PM  

    guys

    do u know any software where I can bookmark my audio books

  3. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 10/08/2008 11:42:00 PM  

    jayanath,

    What device do you use to play these books on? PC? iPod? Because as far as i know iPOD audiobooks can be bookmarked using the devices itself.

    If you are playing back on PC, sorry don't have much experience with audiobookson the PC but try this software:
    http://www.bestfreewaredownload.com/freeware/t-free-audiobook-cutter-freeware-izozgtvh.html

    Not exactly a bookmark tool but at least it will be more manageable.

  4. Reverend K // 2/17/2010 10:28:00 PM  

    If your audiobook is in mp3 format and you're using iTunes (and an iPod) to listen to it, you can select the mp3's in iTunes and hit Cmd+I (or Ctrl+I in Windows), go to the Options tab, and select Yes in the Remember Position pull down menu.

    With that set, when you have to stop in the middle of one of the mp3 chapters, the next time you play the file, it will start where you left off.