Congrats to the winners.

Robert Nyman said on October 01, 2007

Wow, that's a bunch of comments! When I had a competition to win an iPod Nano I didn't even get half as many comments (although I so completely blame that on they having to write something about their favorite HTML tag ;-)).

Congrats on the book; given your JavaScript talent, I'm sure it's outstanding!

Kevin van Dijk said on October 02, 2007

Congratulations to the winners :)
And i will get it for sure when it comes out in dutch shops. I can't wait :)

rick said on October 02, 2007

I can't believe I'm a winner. It's like the day before you're a winner and the day after are totally different. It's like one moment you feel like a regular guy and the next you feel blessed. Wow.

OK, I'm just kidding, but I look forward to getting the book, and I appreciate the link to my new blog. I had started it only a day or two before you linked to it. And today I actually got a visitor other than myself, which is about as exciting as it gets in suburban Chicago.

I like you, Snook!

anonymous said on October 05, 2007

Imagine that your new book can be downloaded from emule.
What will be your feeling about?

Jonathan Snook said on October 05, 2007

@anonymous Indeed, I know that can and probably will happen. But my belief is that, like all piracy, only a minority of the people who get the book would have actually paid for it to begin with. With that said, I spent a lot of time and energy as did the publisher who spends money to get the book written, printed and distributed. I hope that anybody that likes the book recommends it to others and helps support someone who's just trying to put food on the table for his family (oh, and a Wii, and a big screen TV, and a...).

Arjan said on October 07, 2007

@Jonathan; The code itself is randomly enough, my thoughts were more about the people who posted more than one comment in that entry.

@David; damn, I've written an 'it's all ok'-message just a minute ago...

Calm_Pear said on October 12, 2007

Well, I bought the book and am very happy with my purchase! The book came in yesterday and although I think I already know 90% of all the stuff in there the other 10% will be very interesting! Havena€?t had time to do some serious reading yet but I can already tell ita€?s pleasantly written and for me a good resource for tickling my creative thinking. Thanks Jonathan, Aaron, Stuart and Dan!

Patrick said on October 16, 2007

Congrats on the book, Jonathan. I am sure it feels great to see your name in the big lights (or at least on the local bookshelves). Does this mean I can officially stop trying to steal ideas from your JS source files? ;)

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