|Author||Eric S. Raymond||Entered||2001-02-23 13:41:08 by bcrowell|
|Edit||edit data record||Freedom||Copyrighted, doesn't cost money to read, but otherwise not free (disclaimer)|
|Subject||Q.A - Mathematics. Computer science (operating systems)|
|a quick introduction to the culture|
by Ben Crowell (crowell09 at stopspam.lightandmatter.com (change 09 to current year)) on 2002-10-18 23:36:05, review #208
Information wants to be free, so make some free information.
|Too much engineering, too little art|
by tk1 (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 2002-12-14 12:18:49, review #226
(Another minor nit is regarding the supposed Lao Tzu quote at the beginning of Chapter 2: I could not find the quote anywhere in the Tao Te Ching.)
|Re: Too much engineering, too little art|
by Chip Mefford (cpmatwelldotcom) on 2004-03-06 12:59:45, review #390
But the "nit",
There is no nit in the Tao of Programming attributed to Lao Tzu. Oh, that other book? Okay. That's different.
What if this question were hypothetical?
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