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I'm not sure either. The previous textbooks he wrote were really scientific with lots of formulas, but this series will be lighter, less theoretical and more informal. As I said, somewhere between the idiot's guide and a textbook. The format will be printed, although I think we should also create an e-book version for Kindle and such.
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