I'll second this - thanks for the tip, and I got 2 copies for 14 bucks.
Both look perfect to me.
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On 3/4/2002 at 10:50 PM Patrick Jendraszak wrote:
>Thanks for the lead on "Defying Gravity." Just as you said, I was able
>to order last week for $7.00 and received it via United States mail
>today in great shape. The only problem appears to be strange pagination.
>(The pages are in order, but the numbers appear to descend rather than
>ascend.) I would certainly recommend the publisher to anyone who wants
>a copy of what appears to be a unique look at the making of the Newton.
>Borrow money from pessimists. They don't expect it back.
>A Message from Patrick Jendraszak
>On Saturday, February 23, 2002, at 10:44 PM, David L. Duff wrote:
>> Forgive me if this has been posted before, I'm still a newbie,
>> about 7 weeks. I was just out today to the publisher of "Defying
>> Gravity - The Making of Newton" by Mark Kounalakis (Beyond Words
>> Publishing in Hillsboro, OR, USA). <snip>
>> Now for the REALLY GOOD NEWS. They have publisher seconds, those
>> with scuffed slip covers, or other blemishes, yet brand new for $5.00 +
>> $2.00 shipping to the US.
>> Their phone numbers are 1-800-284-9673 and 503-531-8700 ( I know the 503
>> one works). And they're Mac people, several iMacs in the offices anyway.
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