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Goodness, this is exciting (but possibly only for me)

By davebirch posted May 5 2007 at 4:33 PM

[Dave Birch] Well, the book has actually arrived.  Ta da!  I now exist in Amazon space, and I still can't get over how exciting it is.  What's more, someone who started reading the book actually liked it, and when they told me so I had a frisson of understanding as to why authors do it.  It may well be that "No man but a blockhead ever wrote, except for money", but it really does feel good.  Anyhow, here's the key link...

"Digital Identity Management: Technological, Business and Social Implications" (David Birch)

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I'm astonished that this indispensable tome is being given away by the publishers for only sixty five of our English pounds, but there you go.  As a measure of my shock at this ridiculously low price I will, in the now time-honoured tradition, send a copy of this magnificent treatise to the first person to reply to this thread (excluding employees of Consult Hyperion, blogmeister Jane and members of my immediate family).

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I'd love to have a copy! Have I won?

We have a winner! Send me a postal address and the book will be on its way next week.

Congrats on the book! Since my weekend RSS latency is high and I'm too late for the free copy, I'll be buying one as a work expense :)

[Dave Birch] If there were a medal for a hero of the order of Digital Identity, I would award it to you immediately.

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