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Hello, Black Book. Goodbye Black Book. Where is the Black Book?

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Honestly, I can''t find Abrash''s Graphics Programming Black Book anywhere on www.ddj.com. I''ve checked all the links I know of to it, and I have done plenty-a-search for it on that site, and all the links are broken. Where did it go?

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Hmm... interesting. Last I saw it was at

http://www.ddj.com/documents/s=865/ddj0165f/

But it's not there any more. ???

// google search says:

look here: http://icculus.org/~icculus/abrash_black_book/

[edited by - lessbread on March 21, 2002 3:32:10 AM]

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Nope. Not there. It''s been removed from the link you found at icculus.org as well. None of the chapters work.

Maybe it''s temporary.

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Oh, well, maybe keep looking through the google links. I search on "abrash black book" and there were other links that I didn''t check out.

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Is there a link to a server in America? The DLs are very slow from that site, Vikato.

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What the...

Okay, they're taking the book offline. Someone is, anyway. Life sucks, ya know...

--EDIT--

zilch: Vikato's link would work fine for me, but it's very slow. The server is in Australia. >

[edited by - Some Guy on March 22, 2002 12:09:36 AM]

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