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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

New Book Review Posted on Slashdot Frontpage

A co-worker sent me a message letting me know that our Book was recently reviewed and that was posted on slashdot. Today being a long work day I hadn’t gotten to slashdot today but I did find time to read through the review. I felt it was fair and identified similar faults that Max and some of us felt were there and could be fixed if only there were more time (the story of any book project).

Please read the review and let me know what you think. If you have the book and have comments let me know. Also if you have the book and have had issues with Syngress’s web site for the digital content you can also find that at Nagios3Book.com.


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.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 10/08 at 07:14 AM

I find it amusing in a friendly way that some people I know are more impressed with the fact that we were mentioned on Slashdot (even though the discussion on Slashdot only lasted 24 hours or less) than the fact that we did a book .. haha smile.

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