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Computer Books & Internet Books

Content by Cory Doctorow
The Minimum You Need to Know about Java and xBaseJ Roland Hughes
TrendSiters - Digital Content and Web Technologies - Sam Vaknin
Social Bookmarking Intelligence - Laura Maya
An Introduction to the Corps of Marine Trained Messiahnists!  Mike Knowles
SharePoint Designer 2010 Essentials - Destin Joy and Mahesh Chand
Art of War once Moore by Sander R.B.E. Beals
The Wealth of Networks - Yochai Benkler
Greening IT by various authors and contributors
Free for All by Peter Wayner
Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python by Al Sweigart
From Exchange to Contributions by Christian Siefkes
Wireless Networking in the Developing World - wndw
10 Laps around Silverlight 5 - Michael Crump
How to get your Factory Restore back by Fuzzball
Monetizing Online Forums by Patrick O'Keefe
CMMI Implementation Guide by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy
Jumpstart to Software Quality Assurance by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy
How to Succeed with Distance Education by Dr. Bryan Walker
Producing Open Source Software By Karl Fogel
Barefoot into Cyberspace By Becky Hogge
The Linux Command Line by William Shotts
One of our popular computer books is Greening IT by various authors and contributors of Internet books - here is a snippet: This change in the hardware status quo changed the software paradigm as well. Rather than sharing software stored on a central mainframe computer, individual users enjoyed individual copies of software applications installed on each personal computer. Because each user ran software on his/her own dedicated PC this new model of computing avoided the difficulties of dividing CPU-time among multiple simultaneous users