‘Hacks’ @Humble Bundle Books from @OReillyMedia – $385 of Digital Reads, Supports @EFF @MSF @codeforamerica
From IRC to BSD and Raspberry Pi to Kinect, O’Reilly Media are having a snap Humble Book Bundle sale. The event ends Wednesday so you have until then to pay what you want for a multitude of titles; if you went for the top tier you’d get $385 worth of books for as little as ~4% of the cover price. That’s. an. amazing. deal!
O’Reilly’s bestselling Hacks series is written for people who like to explore and experiment, unearth shortcuts, and create useful tools. People a lot like you.
How does the Hacks Humble Book Bundle work? Like this:
Get up to $385 worth of digital books
Pay what you want
Support your favorite causes with the proceeds—organizations like the EFF, Code for America, and Doctors Without Borders
Don’t delay. The Hacks Humble Book Bundle deal ends Wednesday, February 15, at 11am PST. Grab yours now and feel great (you’ll deserve it, too).
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