Radio UserLand Kick StartFrom around 25 entries received in the book giveaway, four copies of Radio UserLand Kick Start were mailed today to Rod Kratochwill, Ole Olson, Gary Secondino and Nick Starr.

Steve Kirks is working with UserLand Software on Radio 9, a major upgrade to the software. Though I suspect that the upcoming release will affect weblog publishing features covered in early chapters of my book, Kick Start emphasizes two aspects of Radio that are important to learn and unlikely to change much in the future: the object database and UserTalk scripting language.

A fifth copy of the book will be sent to Marinus as soon as I find one. I accidentally gave away more copies than I own.

-- Rogers Cadenhead

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Thanks again for the book, I will be using it all the time I'm sure. I really appreciate the gesture.


 

Thanks Rogers. I hope you will be able to find a copy for me...

Greetings from Grenoble, France.

Marinus.


 

Rogers,

I did not realize the context was based on comments. I thought it was trackbacks. Oh well, better luck for me next time.


 

And that was supposed to read "contest."


 

You were entered, Jason. I looked for all incoming links to the contest.


 

Hey Rogers,

Just wanted to give you a belated Thanks for the book. I will treasure it, or maybe use it so much the pages all get dog eared, and the cover gets all worn and torn :)

Oh, and I was curious about the connection with Grayslake, IL


 

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