[Fwd: O'Reilly Gives Early Access to Cutting-Edge Technology]
smorrey at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 17:12:11 MST 2006
I really like Safari, it's an excellent service for the price.
Tons of books I could never afford, at my finger tips for as long as I
Everyone should check it out.
On 1/23/06, Jayce^ <jason at infogenix.com> wrote:
> just passing along..
> -------- Original Message --------
> From: Marsee Henon
> To: jason at plug.org
> Subject: O'Reilly Gives Early Access to Cutting-Edge Technology
> Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 13:54:34 -0800
> Can you please let your members know about the following news?
> O'Reilly's Safari Books Online has just announced a new service called
> Rough Cuts that gives you early access to content on cutting-edge
> technologies months before it's published. Rough Cuts allows you to
> purchase work-in-progress manuscripts of selected titles. You'll even
> have the chance to shape the final product by sending feedback to the
> author and editors. The beta version just debuted with four
> works-in-progress covering Ajax, Ruby, and Flickr.
> For more information, go to:
> Titles now available:
> Ajax Hacks: Rough Cuts Version
> Flickr Hacks: Rough Cuts Version
> Ruby Cookbook: Rough Cuts Version
> Ruby on Rails: Up and Running: Rough Cuts Version
> Rough Cuts FAQ
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