[Chicago] [PyCON-Organizers] Good Tech Bookstores in Chicagoland?

Johnny oouc at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 12 09:38:04 CET 2008

has prices much lower than Amazon.  They have let the Dallas
Python group use their place twice a month for meetings with
free drinks, wifi, and ethernet.  Unless you actually want to lug
books home, give nerdbooks a try.

--- David Goodger <goodger at python.org> wrote:

> I read over the discussion here, thanks for your input everyone!
> It looks like there's no clearcut winning candidate out there, and
> since O'Reilly has offered to run a bookstore booth at PyCon, we'll go
> with them.  That's the path of least resistance, and O'Reilly has some
> of the best books anyhow.  They'll be bringing titles from:
> * No Starch Press
> * O'Reilly
> * Paraglyph Press
> * PC Publishing
> * Pragmatic Bookshelf
> * Rocky Nook
> * SitePoint
> * YoungJin
> -- 
> David Goodger <http://python.net/~goodger>
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