[clug] Surplus books
adam at snorkel.rtfm.net.au
Tue Feb 19 07:05:15 GMT 2008
Good idea. I've a mate with a second hand bookshop in Melbourne. I could
pass them to him next time I'm there, though it probably makes more sense
to give any surplus ones to a local bookshop. Or to Charity Computers in
Charnwood, who I don't know much about..
On Tue, 19 Feb 2008, Jason wrote:
> I hate to see books thrown out, could you not take anyones people on this list dont want to a secondhand book store?
> On Tue, 19 Feb 2008 17:46:35 +1100, Brad Hards <bradh at frogmouth.net> wrote:
> > Too many books, too little shelf space.
> > Oreilly books:
> > "Practical C++ Programming", Oualline
> > "Learning Python", Lutz and Ascher
> > "Python & XML", Jones and Drake
> > "Python Standard Library", Lundh
> > "Essential CVS", Vespernum
> > "Managing projects with make", Oram and Talbott
> > "Software portability with imake", DuBois
> > "Programming jabber", Adams
> > Other books:
> > "Effective C++", 2nd Ed, Meyers
> > "USB Design by Example, Hyde
> > "C++ GUI Programming with Qt3", Blanchette and Summerfield
> > "Teach yourself Qt Programming in 24 hours", Solin
> > Will bring to the next clug meeting iff I have a firm assurance that someone
> > wants them (you don't have to take them all though). Otherwise, they go into
> > the recycling.
> > Brad
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