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Evil Geniuses in a Nutshell Evil Geniuses in a Nutshell
Manufacturer: Oreilly
Version: 1st Edition
LinuxMall Part No: 00046

The follow-up to the highly successful first collection of User Friendly comic strips, Evil Geniuses in a Nutshell tells the continuing tale of Columbia Internet, "the friendliest, hardest-working and most neurotic little Internet Service Provider in the world." User Friendly reads like Dilbert for the Open Source community. It provides outsiders a light-hearted look at the world of the hard core geek and allows those who make their living dwelling in this world a chance to laugh at themselves. 132 Pages

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The Cathedral & the Bazaar The Cathedral & the Bazaar
Manufacturer: OReilly
Version: 1st Ed
LinuxMall Part No: 01487

In this book, "accidental revolutionary" Eric S Raymond defines the Open Source movement, and challenges Open Source developers and business executives to take a hard look at the business consequences of the Internet. The original Web-published essays have been expanded and revised for this printed edition.

Written by Eric S Raymond
1st Edition, November 1999
288 pages, hardcover

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User Friendly User Friendly
Manufacturer: OReilly
Version: 1st Ed
LinuxMall Part No: 01401

One of the funniest, most off-beat, and original comic strips to come along in years, User Friendly tells the story of Columbia Internet, the "most neurotic little Internet Service Provider in the world." User Friendly reads like Dilbert for the open-source community. It provides a lighthearted look at the world of the hard-core geek.

Written by Illiad
1st Edition, September 1999
132 pages

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Under the Radar: How Red Hat Changed the Software Business and Took Microsoft by Surprise Under the Radar: How Red Hat Changed the Software Business and Took Microsoft by Surprise
Manufacturer: Coriolis
Version: 1st Ed
LinuxMall Part No: 01268

Under The Radar provides an insider's view on the Open Source Movement versus the development of proprietary software, and how businesses are being influenced today by this phenomenon.

Written by Bob Young and Wendy Goldman Rohm
1st Edition, September 1999
224 pages

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Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution
Manufacturer: OReilly
Version: 1st Ed
LinuxMall Part No: 01267

Linus Torvalds, Eric Raymond, Larry Wall, and other leaders of Open Source come together in print for the first time to discuss the new vision of the software industry they have created, through essays that explain how the movement works, why it succeeds, and where it is going.

Edited by Chris DiBona, Sam Ockman, and Mark Stone
1st Edition, January 1999
280 pages

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Linux At Work Linux At Work
Manufacturer: Wiley
Version: 1st Ed
LinuxMall Part No: 01028

Leading companies, worldwide, have adopted Linux as a powerful, reliable, andinexpensive alternative to UNIX and Windows NT for many key applications. This book makes a solid business case for Linux and helps you convince upper management that Linux is an excellent OS forbusiness use.

Written by Marcus Goncalves
1st Edition, April 1999
352 pages

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Smileys Smileys
Manufacturer: OReilly
Version: 1st Ed.
LinuxMall Part No: 00188

Just in case you thought the books in the Linux Mall were all work and no play. Now Linux users have 93 pages of ways to have fun with email.
From the people who put an armadillo on the cover of a system administrator book comes this collection of the computer underground hieroglyphs called "smileys." ;-)

Written by David W. Sanderson
1st Edition, March 1993
93 pages

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Computer Users Survival Guide Computer Users Survival Guide
Manufacturer: OReilly
Version: 1st Ed.
LinuxMall Part No: 00275

The bad news: You can be hurt by working at a computer. The good news: Many of the factors that pose a risk are within your control. This book looks squarely at all the factors that affect your health on the job, including positioning, equipment, work habits, lighting, stress, radiation, and general health.

Written by Joan Stigliani
1st Edition, October 1995
296 pages

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The Future Does Not Compute The Future Does Not Compute
Manufacturer: OReilly
Version: 1st Ed.
LinuxMall Part No: 00276

This book explores the networked computer as an expression of humanity's darker, dimly conscious side. The Internet is contaminated by wishes and tendencies we prefer not to acknowledge. It is urgent that we wake up to what is most fully human and unmachinelike in ourselves, rather than yield to an ever more strangling embrace with our machines. The author's thesis is sure to raise a controversy among the Net's millions of users.

Written by Stephen L. Talbott
1st Edition, May 1995
502 pages

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The UNIX Philosophy The UNIX Philosophy
Manufacturer: DigitalPrs
Version: None
LinuxMall Part No: 00311

This book explores the tenets of the Unix operating system philosophy in detail. It deals with the question of why use Unix, rather than how to do Unix.

Written by Mike Gancarz
Principal Software Engineer, Digital Equipment Corporation, Nashua, NH
Publication Date: 1995
151 pages

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