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"How to do computery things" ~ Books?


wee eddie
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This link has just been posted on another Forum Make use of

It sounds too good to be true. Anyone braver than I tried it and what is the catch.

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Lazarus The 2nd

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No catch, If you can work out the Password, Easy when you know how ;)..

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lotvic

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if you subscribe it just entails giving an email addy for them to send password and then you're on their mailing list newsletter - that's all.

However wee eddie, (as per Lazarus The 2nd) here is something you can makeuseof if you don't want to be on the mail list for newsletters.

I just downloaded a couple of books .pdf's to have a read of.

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Terry Brown

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I've had a look at it and it seems to be aimed at the American market.

The downloads are for Excerpts, tasters for the full book, which I assume you will need to buy if you want it.

Terry

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Forum Editor

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My experience of books like these is that they tell you nothing that you can't find out - free of charge - via Google.

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