My friend and colleague David Lawrence (whom you might know from his national radio show Online Tonight with David Lawrence) has been building a very nice online ebook store called Ten Quick Steps. I’ve written up a short primer on working with Mac OS X Panther on the command line, and for only $10, it’s a cheap way to get going right now with harnessing the power of the Mac OS X command line. You can check it out at 10 Quick Steps to Learning Mac OS X Unix.
But there are plenty of other ebooks he has online too, many written by other friends of mine, interestingly….
- 10 Quick Steps to Making Perfect Google AdSense, written by Audri and Jim Lanford.
10 Quick Steps to Perfect Backups, written by David Lawrence himself.
10 Quick Steps to Blogging, written by my graphics designer Bryan Hoff.
10 Quick Steps to Chris Pirillo’s Blog Traffic School, written by the ubiquitous Chris Pirillo.
- 10 Quick Steps to Buying on eBay, written by eBay expert Chuck Eglinton.
10 Quick Steps to Selling on eBay, also written by Chuck Eglinton.
10 Quick Steps to Interviewing for Tech Jobs, written by Microsoft veteran and entrepreneur Leo Notenboom.
10 Quick Steps to What’s New In Panther, written by prolific author Maria Langer.
10 Quick Steps to Stopping Spam, written by Mac guru Adam Engst.
10 Quick Steps to Making A Perfect Wi-Fi Connection, also written by Adam Engst.
I haven’t read all of these guides – any of which you can also get as an MP3 audio book – but I know all these authors and they’re all experts and great communicators, so odds are good the books are good too. 🙂
Read one? Let us know what you thought!
I’m quite partial to that book myself :-p