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#29763 - 01/12/03 10:49 AM Need interesting circuit (bugging) books
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If you have them in email format this would be very helpful. I just don't feel like paying over $100 for all of these books at Paladin Press without even seeing which ones are good. And they probably have the same stuff just rewritten like PPress tends to do to milk more money out of you. [vampire]

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#29764 - 01/12/03 09:57 PM Re: Need interesting circuit (bugging) books
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I could get some, but I don't locate stuff for free lol... Since my time = $$$...


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#29765 - 01/13/03 04:38 AM Re: Need interesting circuit (bugging) books
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Is this the book your talking about? No I highly doubt that anyone has the book, let alone in 'email format'. If you wanna learn how to make some bugging or eavesdropping circuits I can show you that. Shit if you dont wanna pay for them go to the library I bet they have a book similar to what your looking for.

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#29766 - 01/13/03 04:53 AM Re: Need interesting circuit (bugging) books
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well id like to congratulate blueeyes for his first post not being a stupid one like some other first ones we've gotten :p


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#29767 - 01/13/03 07:23 PM Re: Need interesting circuit (bugging) books
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You can get any book you want at the library. Even if that library doesn't have it - maybe the other libraries in it's system will have it and they'll transfer it over to the library you want to pick it up. Or, if their entire system doesn't have it, then they can make 'Inter-Library Loans' where they check out books from other libraries all across the nation and have them shipped over to the library you want to pick it up. I've gotten a book shipped from Arizona it was so hard to find. Didn't have to pay a dime either.


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#29768 - 01/24/03 12:26 AM Re: Need interesting circuit (bugging) books
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Sinetific - I am a complete newby when it comes to electronics. But I am a great learner - I picked up assembly language when I was 10. So, I'm all ears.

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