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Product: Book -
Title: 33 Days to Online Profits: Powerful Internet marketing strategy, tips and website promotion secrets for any product or service you sell
Publisher:
Authors: Yanik Silver, Jim Edwards
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
A Great Way to Start your New Online Business


Yanik Silver and Jim Edwards out did themselves this time! For those that are looking to delve into the internet marketing business this is a must read. This is one of the few books on the topic that can actually walk a totally fresh, inexperienced online marketer step by step through the process to get a top notch website up and running. Yanik and Jim show you how to create a site that will attract traffic and create an awesome revenue stream to the site owner. In 33 days your are up and running. Highly recommended, especially to a beginner that is looking to save time and money! To get more information on Yanik Silver and this book you can get it at www.onlinemarketingreviews.com I research marketing gurus for a living and Yanik is one of the best.



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: PC Magazine Windows XP Solutions
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Authors: Neil Randall
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
Chapter 11 saved me a headache


One of my Windows XP machines got completely corrupted and would not boot - even in safe mode. Normally I would wipe the drive and move on with a fresh install, but in this case, I needed to recover several files - including my recent honeymoon photos.
I had visions of booting with a recovery floppy and drilling down DOS directories - copying one file at a time to the floppy disk.
Chapter 11 had exactly the solution I needed - create a new partition, install Win XP fresh, and recover the files from the old partition.
Highly recommended.



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: SQL/400 Developer's Guide
Publisher: 29th Street Press
Authors: Paul Conte, Mike Cravitz
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
Best book to learn SQL/400


If I were teaching (or taking) a class on SQL/400, or just wanting to learn how to develop AS/400 database applications, this is _the_ book that I would want to use. The information needed to develop AS/400 SQL applications is available from other sources, but contained in hundreds of technical manuals, magazine articles, news group postings, and code examples (just to name a few sources). The authors have used their considerable knowledge and experiences to shorten the learning process for the reader by pulling together that information into a single place. I am especially impressed with the organization of material into manageable topics, the easy to read writing style, and numerous tips and techniques presented. I found reading this book more like reading a good novel and wanting to see what happens in the next chapter rather than reading a textbook. I have to admit however I live with this stuff every day. Having been an AS/400 database administrator for the past 10 years I can appreciate the amount of knowledge, experience and effort required to write a book of this kind. The only downside to this book that I found is that I would have liked to see more information about developing applications using JDBC, interfacing with Windows applications using ADO and ODBC, and serving AS/400 information via Web pages. I find an increasing part of my workload to be answering questions about these topics. A good majority of those questions however don't deal with language specific access mechanisms but rather from a lack of understanding about AS/400 specific features and database fundamentals, topics which are well covered in this book. After reading this book I do have one additional problem also. Now I need to buy a stack of these books to hand out to the numerous developers who cross my desk on a daily basis.



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Mathematica Navigator : Mathematics, Statistics, and Graphics
Publisher: Academic Press
Authors: Heikki Ruskeepaa
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
Good coverage of Mathematica applied over several fields


I have several books covering Mathematica. Ruskeepaa's book is the one I turn to most often. Of specific interest to me is its coverage of Mathemtica applied to problems in optimizaion and statistics.