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Posted Tue Jun 22, 2004 7:19 PM
just currious if andrew(or anybody else) wants me to go through with this.
their print rates are about the same of Office Depot ( .09 cents doublesided self serve) the only high charge is the binding (5.00 for wire binding and 4 for saddle sitch staples).
the jagfest final issue base price is actually 7.97 (2.97 for the print job and 5.00 for the wire binding) I would love to set up a shop just for the book but it's not up to me it's up to an drew after all he's the man who started the programing newsbies. If he gave me the ok and make a good color cover I would be glad to either set up a new shop just for the bookor add it to the AVC newstand (and just charge the base price so I won't get any commission on the sale)
Posted Tue Jun 29, 2004 8:27 PM
Posted online as a zip.
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Posted Fri Dec 24, 2004 11:26 AM
I think a book would be a nice thing to have, but online PDFs would be more feasible, I think. Publishers aren't necessarily going to be warm to the idea of a book for programming an extremely obselete piece of equipment, and then factor in the widely dispersed and limited consumer base... = expensive.
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Posted Thu Nov 29, 2007 10:30 PM
I couldn't seem to access the latest PDF from that website.
Maybe some of you will find this Word document form useful. I have attached it.
Note that I corrected some spelling errors and changed spellings from UK to US because UK spelling distracts me.
I also embedded some images (but not as many as the old PDF had).
Feel free to do whatever you want with it.
Thanks for writing the tutorial.
I voted "yes" for a hardcopy, by the way. If it gets printed, I will buy it.
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Posted Wed Dec 29, 2010 10:17 AM
Should this tutorial be tidied up, turned into a book and hawked to a publisher for release in hard-copy format?
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