[plt-scheme] Can I read HTDP offline?

From: Karl Winterling (kwinterling at gmail.com)
Date: Sat Dec 19 16:34:58 EST 2009

I didn't want to encourage disrespect for robots.txt :-)

Otherwise, I would feel inclined to tacitly encourage a boycott of
mainstream textbook publishers (convince your math professors to use
Dover) if it would not harm my business reputation.

Now, it is time to burn my overpriced Linear Algebra textbook as a
sacrifice to Akhenaten's most recent avatar.

Happy Winter Solstice/Pagan Fertility Holiday,


On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Neil Van Dyke <neil at neilvandyke.org> wrote:
> Your Web browser might have a feature for caching the pages of the free HTML
> version of HtDP to your local disk, for offline browsing.  You could also
> cache these pages using a program like "wget".
> If you have the means, also buy a paper version of the book, even if you
> find the HTML version more convenient to read.  The publisher needs to not
> be discouraged from making the HTML version available for free, and Shriram
> needs gas money for his Ferrari collection.
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