python a bust?
Brandon J. Van Every
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Fri Nov 14 11:55:23 CET 2003
"Alex Martelli" <aleax at aleax.it> wrote in message
news:2u1tb.25127$hV.934365 at news2.tin.it...
> A purely anecdotal datum I just
> learned about, for example: smack in the heart of downtown Milan there
> are two excellent, large bookstores which are always hotly competing.
To add to anecdotes, Python is always represented and well-displayed at
Barnes & Noble in downtown Seattle. B&N is a rather mainstream bookstore,
with reasonably well stocked but mainstream tech books. I haven't bothered
to look at how many Python books are actually on the shelf, I just notice
that there's always 1 or 2 in the "look at this" display.
Brandon Van Every Seattle, WA
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