On 10.06.2009 15:21, David A. Black wrote:
> Hi all --
> 
> I've gotten a couple of questions about why there seem to be two
> covers for my new book, "The Well-Grounded Rubyist".
> 
> Answer: the cover was redesigned, late in the production process, and
> the original cover is still in circulation online. Unfortunately, for
> example, Amazon still uses the old cover. (It seems to be essentially
> impossible to get them to update anything.)
> 
> So, to answer the question I've been getting: there is only one book!
> The two covers don't mean there are two editions; it's just the result
> of a time-lag in getting the new cover out.
> 
> All printed copies have the new cover.

Amazing: we're living in web 2.0 times and a printed book is more 
current than an online medium.  I guess this does not happen too often 
these days.

Kind regards

	robert

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