We feel your pain. We understand what you want. So whether it’s that last minute dash for presents, or the prospect of spending the festive period squished in with your extremely un-techy relatives, ease your distress with the latest crop of Register ebooks. Planning the year ahead? Thinking of some New Year resolutions? Need a …
A price would be good on the browse page?
Re: A price would be good on the browse page?
Mostly around £2, with the BOFH about £4 and the year of Register about a fiver.
Please create the Essential Guide to Getting Up Like a Sex Machine
The collected writings, build instructions, mission reports, launch stories, software code of the LOHAN-Vulture-PARIS Special Projects team. With feeeelthy pictures.
I'd pay for that.
we the under-pub'ed need love too.
teddyhunter: The underground is FREE at smashwords, kobo, etc etc
part of a silly sf series that has someone hunting runaway teddybear robots.
plus there's more!
havva seasonal, gents. eh?
"we the under-pub'ed need love too."
I can get you a good deal on merkins.
Oh, very good - have a upvote and a pint.
merkal: is a last name around here (ottawa and calgary) and their daughters are some of the foxiest females i've ever seen in life. same thing, according to the dictionary i use.
bred for it, apparently. Beaver not only lives, it prospers. And the girls are cute.
if yer up for tantric instead of tech, try stalking millionaires... also free..
or the Aaron+henna series. ALL disney-level, etc.
LAST year's coverage of Doctor Who's 50th anniversary? Methinks the Reg doth get ahead of itself!
Maybe they wrote the article next year
2 quid a throw?
For why dost thou forsakest me so?
Any chance of a price cut on this one soon, it seems a bit strange that it is still more expensive than the much longer BOFH 2 (2004 - 2010).
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