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It’s almost that time of year again. The time where we all sit by the fire and enjoy a nice cup of eggnog while cuddled under a fleece blanket reading our favorite books, waiting for Santa Clause to come down our chimney and deliver us gifts. So, if your a Microsoft Windows user or administrator, or you know someone who is, this list of 10 Windows books to buy for Christmas is just for you..
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Monday, November 27th, 2006 at
If your looking for an easy Christmas gift to get your geeky friend or spouse, take a look at the following 10 Linux books that I think every Linux enthusiast should own.
These Linux Books have helped me in my understanding of the operating system, I hope they help you too.
Merry reading, shopping, and Christmas!
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Friday, November 10th, 2006 at
I’m an avid reader and collector of computer and technology magazines. With most journalism style publishing leaning toward more online blogs and other digital content, you might ask yourself “why would I want to pay money to subscribe to a magazine?” Well, one good reason is that its just too damn hard to read a blog on your laptop while on the toilet. Magazines are also nice to have in a line or lobby for that matter. Despite what some people think, magazines are still in high demand even with the seemingly unlimited supply of digital content that we see today. Read the rest of this entry
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Monday, September 25th, 2006 at
Since I’ve always been the kind of person who learns best on my own, outside of the classroom, I’m always searching for great sites that give away knowledge and books for free. The Online Books Collection is a great index of books put together by John Mark Ockerbloom, a digital library planner and researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. With over 25,000 free books, you can read up on subjects like Psychology, Technology, Music, Science, Law and more!
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