From time to time, we send out slightly revised editions of our electronic books free to the customers who bought the original.
Yesterday we sent out a revised copy of “The Anarchist’s Design Book” to some customers who did not get the final version. (It’s a long story that involves software.) So if you received a link to an updated version of the book, it’s OK to click it. It will not result in your hard drive being taken over by sausage-mongers.
If you didn’t get the link, that’s OK, too. That means you you have the latest version of the book.
Also, the changes in the updated version are minor – most people won’t even notice them. We cleaned up a few typos we missed and repaired a couple captions. It’s essentially the same book without substantive changes.
If you don’t want to receive these updates to your electronic books, the e-mail has a link you can click to disable future updates.
— Christopher Schwarz
6 thoughts on “Updates on Digital Books”
What happens if I didn’t get either email to my digital copy?
I got nervous last week and check your web, but couldn’t find any links there and confirmed I purchased it.
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We just sent you a link.
Sorry for the trouble.
Hi – not sure which I ordered / am I entitled to an online version?
Send an email to email@example.com with your full name and the email address you used to order the book. We’ll look it up and set things straight.
Those of us that had issues getting the PDF on day one and were sent the link manually by John – do we have the final version? (received ADB_download_011416) I haven’t received an email from LAP. Thank you.
We are working on getting you guys into the update system. It’s a manual copy-and-paste process. But we’re working on it.
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