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Casual Computing: Light Reading for Users of Open Source, About Open Source

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Casual Computing: Light Reading for Users of Open Source, About Open Source
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Publisher: Smashwords
Number of pages: 156

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This book is a relaxed, pensive, meandering musing about technology, gaming, POSIX, and open source. It's a book about open source culture, open source ideology, and open source software, written by open source and open culture enthusiast and podcaster Klaatu.

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