RE: Mapping the C128

From: Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) (
Date: 2003-12-03 09:19:46

Hallo Niklas,

> After all, it's much more convenient to have reference material 
> on the desk next to your Commodore computer than having to read
> it on the screen of another computer.

I only partly agree. My main problem is that I have too many books. Having a
book in my case does not mean I have access to it right away. And taking all
kind of books to a meeting in case you maybe need them is not a success
either. So I would not mind to give away some books in return for an E-copy.
Some, not all. 
"Mapping the C128" is a book I have as well and won't part of, but I would
not say "nay" to an E-copy.

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