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Category Archives: Books
Scribd has many online books. I try to read at least one book every week. Starting to read a new book is always fun. The sense of anticipation builds up while the search for a new book is still in … Continue reading
Sometimes, AC comments in Slashdot are priceless: http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=456578&cid=22447110
Is merging so easy in your SCM system? $ pwd /home/keramida/hg/mercurial/gker $ hg pull crew pulling from /home/keramida/hg/mercurial/crew searching for changes adding changesets adding manifests adding file changes added 54 changesets with 143 changes to 82 files (+1 heads) (run … Continue reading
Through a post by Palm Powered Doctor, I found out about a new book by Lawrence Lessig: The Future of Ideas Neatly typeset, freely available in PDF booklet format, with a very readable font and a cool-looking design, the book … Continue reading
One of my all-time favorite books, “The Mayor of Casterbridge” by Thomas Hardy, is available freely online, as part of the “Project Gutenberg” collection of literary works.
After a brief encounter with ConTeXt, and lots of fun preparing a typesetting style which a colleague at Bytemobile liked a lot (so much, in fact, that he actually used it to write a mini-guide sitting on my desk), I … Continue reading
As some of you know, I am currently employed as a programmer at the European Development Center of Bytemobile, a company whose HQ is in Mountain View, CA. Earlier this week, I found out that Google has now started its … Continue reading
Πριν από ένα χρόνο και λίγο παραπάνω, τον Ιανουάριο του 2005, είχα διαβάσει το πρώτο βιβλίο της τριλογίας των Otori, από την Lian Hearn.
Last night, I finished reading Somtow‘s “Moon Dance“, translated to Greek by Sandi Stathopoulou (published by “Oxy Publications“.