I got a Kindle a few weeks ago, and my affection for it is quickly approaching idolatry. But we aren’t going to talk about that right now; we’re going to talk about how to Mormon-Studies-geek out your ereader. Here’s what I have found so far; I expect you to add to the fun.
The Digital Collections at the HBL Library has all manner of awesomeness, including out of print books from the Religious Studies Center, BYU Studies, the Woman’s Exponent, and the Journal of Discourses.
Sunstone has complete back issues for download.
Dialogue has complete back issues for download.
This website has a nice listing of materials for the study of Biblical Hebrew that you can download.
I haven’t really looked at the Biblical Greek resources available, but this looks interesting.
This is a decent bible commentary, considering how thorough and how free it is. A little too conservative for me, which probably means a good fit for most of you. ;)
The Church itself has a nice collection of official materials for download.
And, of course, all sorts of interesting old stuff is in the public domain, including the Autobiography of Parley P. Pratt.
I can remember about two decades ago, sitting in my dorm room at UT and being enthralled by the arrival of a catalog–merely a few pages long–from Signature Books: look at all of those titles! For a mere $25 plus shipping each! It is truly an amazing time for Mormon Studies geeks . . . the variety of materials, the fact that most of them are free and all of them are instantly available, even to those of us living in “the mission field.”
And return to my reading.