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LinuxPR: O'Reilly Announces Safari: O'Reilly Books Online

Jul 18, 2000, 00:57 (0 Talkback[s])

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"When is an online book not an ebook? When it's Safari: O'Reilly Books Online, the web-native service announced today by O'Reilly & Associates at their Open Source Convention in Monterey, CA. Not just a collection of digitized books, Safari is a "knowledge interface" that provides search and navigation across O'Reilly titles, plus features like annotation and bookmarks... Safari will be available in Fall 2000 at safari.oreilly.com."

"A subscription-based service, it allows you to build a customized online library. You pay a flat monthly fee, based on the number of titles to which you subscribe. And you can change the titles in your subscription as your needs change. So if you've outgrown "Learning Perl", you can trade it in for "Advanced Perl Programming."

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