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From: Dave Baum <dbaum@spambgoneenteract.com>
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Subject: I'm writing another book...
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...but since I wasn't much of an expert on homebrew sensors, pbForth, or 
legOS, I recruited a few experts.  The result was a collaboration by 
myself, Michael Gasperi, Ralph Hempel, and Luis Villa titled "Extreme 
Mindstorms: an Advanced Guide to Lego Mindstorms".

I believe Amazon is already taking order for the book.  There's also 
some information on it at www.apress.com.

This is not really a sequel to my first book.  There are only two 
"construction" projects in the book.  Think of it more as a companion 
book - exploring other software tools and hardware - rather than 
continuing along the NQC/construction path the first book presented.

Dave Baum

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