Monday, August 21, 2006

I finally decide to join safari. Period. Check it out yourself.


Blogger survic said...

Well, the world is not perfect. It has a lot of books; but of course not all. I checked the books I have, it does not have "professional generics 2.0".

OK, let's talk about the positive side. It is really worth it. The thing is, even B&N/Border do not have those books, and you will miss them! And even they have them on the shelf, you may not pay attention.

However, searching in Safari will bring the book to you, and you will find some very books "accidentally".

Here is a good example: Visual Studio Hacks. I do not remember whether it is not in the bookstore, or, it is there but I have never paid attention to it (its name does not fit my style ;-), until it hits my search. I read it -- it is a very good book: it has all my notes, and has more.

And, I like the writer, James Averyso, I checked out the writer, and I found one of his other books, "ROUGH CUTS BOOK: Windows Developer Power Tools".

8/23/2006 11:52:00 AM  
Blogger Vikas said...

I generally love HarCover or Softcover paper books. Problem with e-Book is that I don't get measure of how much I have read it.

But I think having ability to search through E-Books in one's bookshelf or whole library is quite powerful.

Huh, something to think about.

8/26/2006 06:57:00 AM  

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