[plt-scheme] Can I read HTDP offline?

From: Karl Winterling (kwinterling at gmail.com)
Date: Sat Dec 19 18:41:03 EST 2009

I know, my overpriced linear algebra textbook is not published by a
University press.

On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 2:17 PM, Shriram Krishnamurthi <sk at cs.brown.edu> wrote:
> MIT Press is a university press, not a commercial publisher.  There is
> an important difference.
> It's worth getting the important differences right before encouraging
> civil disobedience....
> Shriram
> On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 4:34 PM, Karl Winterling <kwinterling at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 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,
>> Karl
>> 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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