I’m out of copies, so this concludes the free-paperbacks-for-bloggers program.
Two side notes:
A handful of the requests I received got trapped in the spam filter. I think the word FREE adds a lot of points. (This is something for Wired editor Chris Anderson to ponder as he pursues work on his new book about “Free” as a business model!)
Also, a surprisingly high percentage of the folks who requested the book failed to include their street addresses in their original email. Despite knowing that they were asking me to send them something via snailmail, their minds just blanked on that little prerequisitie.
I think many of us — certainly including me — do so much of our business on the Net these days that the pesky details of physical-world object transfer just slip right by us.
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wow – free books! Actually i don’t mind paying, I’m just hoping that they have a copy down at Blackwells. Chandler looks like a very useful bit of kit and a friend is looking at learning from it and implementing, if it not yet covered by chandler, a chandleresc object based contact/address manager/book type thing. The key issue is that most contact handling solutions are so annoyingly in the way when trying to handle reworld problems. They force you to use pre 1960’s paper simulation environments, not how people actually function in the 21st century