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This week's clairvoyant tome from Reg associate IT-minds.com is hot off the press and offers a glimpse into the technological crystal ball.

The Catalog of Tomorrow features input from some of the world's leading futurists, visionaries, and technology commentators, examining the trends and technologies that will shape our lives, our society and our planet over the next 15-20 years. Developments in AI, GM foods and cloning are among the topics dissected over 304 pages of words and pictures.

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Other books you can get this week at a 30 per cent discount include:

  • Java Data Objects

  • The JDK 1.4 Tutorial

  • Bitter Java

  • JavaSpaces in Practice

  • Maximum Accessibility: Making Your Website More Usable for Everyone

  • Programming Perl in the .NET Environment

  • Special Edition Using Solaris 9

  • Extreme Programming for Web Projects

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