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While the print edition is outdated in a few areas (hardware/software choices were more limited then, some companies and products no longer exist), I think it's still worth buying and reading. It goes into slightly more detail than the web pages, and the anecdotes, though somewhat non-sequiturish at times, are hilarious. Best of all, I can read it in bed, without staring at a computer screen. A used/damaged/overflow/etc bookstore I regularly raid had a few copies of the book come in a couple of months ago. I bought a copy, then coaxed a co-worker (the lead programmer for my work site) to buy one. I also bought a copy for the client I'm moonlighting for; I'm helping him build a site with financial/stock market info, and the book is FILLED with ideas we can use. Thank you very much for writing it.