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Ake

May 21, 1999, 07:17 AM

This might not be the right place to post this, but what the hell.
I really like programming tutorials, especially Phantoms :), but I think
you learn a lot more from reading books. I'm no rich guy and programming
books are not that cheap. So when I think about buying a books I wanna make
sure it's really worth the money before I buy it.
Therefore I think it would be a nice feature of flipCode to have
book reviews, and if someone read a good book they should be
able to put it on the page.

And now for the question, has anyone read
"Computer Graphics: A mathematical first step" and what did
you think of it.


 
Kurt Miller

May 21, 1999, 10:49 AM



Ake wrote:
>> Therefore I think it would be a nice feature of flipCode to have
>>book reviews, and if someone read a good book they should be
>>able to put it on the page.

Already planned and in the works ;)

-Kurt

 
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