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April 24, 2003 12:41
FWP book info
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A bit off topic (I hear writing books is *not* fun) but the idea floated 
and I just happened to be talking to book seller types (a news nibblet, 
New Riders is getting out of the computer book business, so look for fire 
sales) and ran the idea past a couple of them.

The link is just a start.


Andy Bach, Sys. Mangler
VOICE: (608) 261-5738  FAX 264-5030

Any philosophy that can be put in a nutshell belongs there.
               -- Sydney J. Harris
----- Forwarded by Andy Bach/WIWB/07/USCOURTS on 04/24/03 02:38 PM -----

Marsee Henon <>

Hi Andy,

Here is some info from O'Reilly:


At 10:54 AM 4/24/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>One thing, if any of these publishing contacts are interested, the
>geniuses (and I mean that) on FWP have floated the idea of a Fun W/
>Perl/Golf trick and traps/obfu treats book, to be written by them all. 
>they might go about pitching  that concept would be helpful.
>Andy Bach, Sys. Mangler
>VOICE: (608) 261-5738  FAX 264-5030
>Any philosophy that can be put in a nutshell belongs there.
>                -- Sydney J. Harris
>undef$/;open      #   "moc.acipot@ebircsbusnu-mp-ogacihc" liam ,busnu ot
>STDIN,$0;print    #               mp-ogacihc/stsil/moc.acipot.www//:ptth
>scalar(reverse    #                                moc.acipot@mp-ogacihc
>scalar<>),"\n"    #                   sregnoM lreP ogacihC -- mp.ogacihC


Marsee Henon
O'Reilly & Associates
1005 Gravenstein Highway North  Sebastopol,   CA   95472
707-827-7103     800-998-9938     Fax 707-829-0104


undef$/;open      #   "moc.acipot@ebircsbusnu-mp-ogacihc" liam ,busnu ot
STDIN,$0;print    #               mp-ogacihc/stsil/moc.acipot.www//:ptth
scalar(reverse    #                                moc.acipot@mp-ogacihc
scalar<>),"\n"    #                   sregnoM lreP ogacihC -- mp.ogacihC

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