March 22, 2005

I think that Google’s new search-inside-the-book service will prove to be quite handy to a researcher like me. It’s not satisfactory to read through a book like that on the screen (especially when copyright restrictions do not permit you to keep going after a couple of pages of continuous reading), but it will be a boon to research to be able to search inside the book for everywhere lattices are mentioned.

I like the idea so much I’m setting up a list of logic-related books on my wiki. Feel free to browse the list, and to add to it any other logic-related works you find on print.google.com.


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