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Re: Re: Any Mathematica 6 book yet?


Or as least work with some inside authors.

I believe that part of the early success of Mathematica was Wolfram's 
carefully seeding the marketplace with encouragement, if not actual 
support, of a number of books about it.

AES wrote:
> 
> ... I just find it hard to believe that as Wolfram went thru what must have 
> been a long process of evolving toward Mathematica 6, it didn't simultaneously 
> bring in and work with some outside set of authors so that these 
> publications were in press at the same time as Mathematica 6 was readied for 
> release.

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