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[nycphp-talk] Fwd: [nyc-geeks] McGraw Hill Bookstore closing

Edward Potter ejp at well.com
Wed Jun 5 08:06:06 EDT 2002


2 bad, i remember many hours spent there checking out the racks of 
computer and science books. One of those Manhattan icons to me. Hmmmm, I 
guess if I had the $$$, it would be cool to open up a geek book store 
somewhere on Lower Ludlow Street, throw in some techno music, flat 
panels and power drinks. :-)

I heard the new Wolfram book is going to be big, some maybe science will 
be fun again!

 >>>>
The next Newton?
Recluse, maverick physicist and Mathematica developer Stephen Wolfram 
claims to have revolutionized science with his new, computer-based theories.

http://www.salon.com/books/feature/2002/05/15/wolfram/index.html

:-) e




Hans Zaunere wrote:

>>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>Date: Tue, 04 Jun 2002 13:18:18 -0700
>>From: mjr40 at ix.netcom.com
>>Reply-To: nyc-geeks at yahoogroups.com
>>To: nyc-geeks at yahoogroups.com
>>Subject: [nyc-geeks] McGraw Hill Bookstore closing
>>
>>Hi all -
>>
>>Just wanted to let you know that the McGraw Hill bookstore on 48th
>>and 6th
>>(Concourse level) is closing in a week or so.  All of their computer
>>books
>>are 20% off.  They have a wide range of titles: Java, PHP, Perl,
>>Unix,
>>Linux, networking, databases, and more Open Source things.  Also,
>>Computer
>>Book Works downtown at 78 Reade St. has a Sunday discount; I think it
>>is
>>10%.  I think business is slow since 9/11.
>>
>>Matt
>>
>>
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