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Site offer Our good friends at Apress have very kindly offered us another batch of Verity Stob's best selling collection of amusing stories and anecdotes to give away free with every book bought.

As you all know, Verity has been filling our lives with her musings and opinions since joining Vulture Central at the end of 2005, and her articles invite more than an occasional titter.

Indeed, our very own Andrew Orlowski reviewed these memoirs and proclaimed "this might well be the funniest book written about computing, and you should treat yourselves without delay".

So pop down to Register Books today and have a browse through our range of Apress, Apress Academic, and Friends of ED titles, the purchase of which will ensure a free and very funny copy of The Best of Verity Stob will be winging it's way to your doorstep before you know it.

We only have a limited number, so get in quick. There will only be one free book per order, allowing as many of you as possible to take advantage of this deal.

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Happy shopping. ®

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