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Read O'Reilly Books For Free

Here is a step-by-step instruction on how to read O’Reilly Hacks series for free!

“O’Reilly Hacks” are my most favorite books. I just lovvvvvvvvvvvvvve them. You can use this ‘feature’ of Google’s Book Search to try a book before you buy it and, I humbly request(=beg) you, not for piracy.

It is one of my ‘goals’ in life to read as many of the “O’Reilly Hacks” as possible. Whats your favorite one?

Here is a podcast from Tim O’Reilly, founder of O’Reilly media. I really liked this podcast and recommend it.

[Credit: KirubaShankar->MicroPersuasion]

Narayanan Venkitu wrote on Dec 28, 2005:
When two Kiruba's think alike the same time..!! The world rocks :)

I just read your namesake and came here..and saw the same post on Top.!! Great men think alike!!
Kirubakaran wrote on Dec 28, 2005:
Nah!! I got this information from his site. I gave him the credit in the post too. I don't deserve the praise - he does. Thanks a lot for the kind words though!

Narayanan Venkitu wrote on Dec 28, 2005:
Sorry Kirubakaran, I missed the last line in your post.!
maniosai wrote on Dec 28, 2005:
Devoting about 30 to 40 minutes a day to learn something new is really a good idea. We should make learning as important as oral hygiene.

O'Reilly hacks are cool da. The contributed hack section on their website is also great.

Recently i has used the google as proxy hack to help a friend use yahoo from her office. The rewards are great.

check out
Kirubakaran wrote on Dec 28, 2005:
dei... thanks for the link da. also see my reply to a part of your comment here