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bbraun


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Tech books!
Posted: Sep 6, 2013 3:02 PM
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Trash80 had a good idea to catalog the ISBNs of the various editions of the Apple books, especially when purchasing online from sellers who may not be entirely thorough with the title/edition information.

I've put the list of the ones I have on the wiki: https://mac68k.info/wiki/display/mac68k/Mac+Book+ISBNs

While I was going through it, I also realized it's nice to have the date information to have a general feel of era.
balrog

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Re: Tech books!
Posted: Nov 1, 2013 10:53 AM   in response to: bbraun in response to: bbraun
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Paul Pratt / Gryphel of mini vMac has a rather comprehensive list here:

http://www.gryphel.com/c/books/index.html
integerpoet

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Re: Tech books!
Posted: Sep 24, 2015 4:04 PM   in response to: bbraun in response to: bbraun
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I had forgotten Amazon started out as a robust bookseller including not just used but old and obscure books.

So of course they have Inside Macintosh.

I recently unearthed a box of pretty much every volume of Inside Mac, editions both old (mostly white covers) and new (mostly black covers).

I was pondering offering it to anyone who would pay the shipping because frankly I am not a dead trees enthusiast and I find the digital/online versions to be not only acceptable but preferable. (Bits I like. Atoms not so much.)

But now that I look at Amazon's prices — spoiler alert: super low — I'm thinking maybe I should buy old Volume II, which as far as I can tell is the only volume I lost (or never had?), and then I'd have a complete-ish set, which might actually be worth offering in some way.

Ideas?
integerpoet

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Re: Tech books!
Posted: Sep 27, 2015 12:07 AM   in response to: integerpoet in response to: integerpoet
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I just stumbled across this…

http://www.powerpc.hu/inside


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