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Re: on ``An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp''

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: on ``An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp''
Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2016 10:02:11 +0100
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"Pascal J. Bourguignon" <>

> You should spend a little more time in libraries
> then. Of course, nowadays libraries are not
> brick-and-mortar anymore, it's Amazon

Oh, yeah? Click on the add and read yet another
customer review so you don't have to read the actual
book! Instead you can have an opinion and be unaware
what's going on five meters in front of you!

And provide even more customer-behavior information to
those thrice-accursed surveillance algorithms so
they'll be even better at turning you into a moron
that buys stuff!

I've been in libraries from Kazan to New York - by the
way *still* the undisputed publishing capital of
the world!

The best book on Lisp so far which isn't the way I'd
write a book, but anyway - is:

  title      = {Land of Lisp},
  author     = {Conrad Barski},
  publisher  = {No Starch},
  year       = 2010,
  ISBN       = 1593272812,

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