[clug] Surplus books

Karun Dambiec kdambiec at ieee.org
Tue Feb 19 08:53:30 GMT 2008

The problem with computer books is that it is difficult to find people  
who want to buy second hand books.
I just keep mine as I cant find anybody who would like to buy them  
especially books with titles like From Molecule to Metaphor, Fatique  
as a Window to the brain, etc :-)


On 19/02/2008, at 5:55 PM, 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?
> Jason
> 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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