[nycphp-talk] Fwd: [nyc-geeks] McGraw Hill Bookstore closing
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.
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
>>(Concourse level) is closing in a week or so. All of their computer
>>are 20% off. They have a wide range of titles: Java, PHP, Perl,
>>Linux, networking, databases, and more Open Source things. Also,
>>Book Works downtown at 78 Reade St. has a Sunday discount; I think it
>>10%. I think business is slow since 9/11.
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