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Encouraging passionate readers

This rules:
Anybody want an autographed copy of Freakonomics?

Be sure to read the comments...

Could you ever have imagined an econ book with fans who write things like:

"thanks for being who you are and for humoring those of us who "hero worship" ya'all!"

I got the audio version of the book from iTunes and loved it.

[Thanks to Dru Sellers for the link]

Posted by Kathy on October 19, 2005 | Permalink

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Alright well ... then... is it too early to ask for an autographed copy of your book?

Posted by: Shaded | Oct 19, 2005 9:43:55 PM

Oh and by the way, you MUST go get Shadow of the Colossus for your playstation 2.

You'll thank me for it. You may love the manual most of all. Very unique experience.

Posted by: Shaded | Oct 19, 2005 10:10:48 PM

I finished reading Freakanomics a couple of months ago and really enjoyed it. Before that, I'd read the Tipping Point and Blink and I enjoyed them all.

Posted by: Brett Nordquist | Oct 19, 2005 10:31:10 PM

Oh yeah... I really liked the Tipping Point and am looking forward to Blink (referring to Brett Nordquist's comment, above). I've been thinking about Freakonomics and, I have to admit, this makes it even more appealing! Great idea!

--Dave

Posted by: Dave | Oct 20, 2005 12:07:08 PM

Oh yeah... I really liked the Tipping Point and am looking forward to Blink (referring to Brett Nordquist's comment, above). I've been thinking about Freakonomics and, I have to admit, this makes it even more appealing! Great idea!

--Dave

Posted by: Dave | Oct 20, 2005 12:07:52 PM

Hi Kathy, I'd love to get an autographed book from you. I have three of your books and I *really* enjoy them to much (EJB, Servlets and design patterns). Br, Lionel

Posted by: Lionel | Oct 21, 2005 6:29:58 AM

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