JP Vossen on 2 May 2013 23:57:00 -0700

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[PLUG] *Day Against DRM* for bash Cookbook (and others)

I got a notice from O'Reilly that the _bash Cookbook_ is on sale for the *Day Against DRM*! Here's the info:

In Celebration of *Day Against DRM*
Save 50% on 5000+ Ebooks & Videos
(Save 60% on orders over $100)

Having the ability to download files at your convenience,
store them on all your devices, or share them with a friend
or colleague as you would a print book is liberating, and is
how it should be. This is a critical moment in the fight against
DRM. A proposal currently being considered by the W3C would
weave DRM into HTML5 — in other words, into the very fabric of
the Web.
Ebooks from are DRM-free. You get free lifetime
access, multiple file formats, free updates.

Use discount code: DRM2013 - Deal expires May 3, 2012 at
11:59pm PT and cannot be combined with other offers.

JP Vossen, CISSP            |:::======|
My Account, My Opinions     |=========|
"Microsoft Tax" = the additional hardware & yearly fees for the add-on
software required to protect Windows from its own poorly designed and
implemented self, while the overhead incidentally flattens Moore's Law.
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