I know I'm a little late on this one...
During the recent Seattle area snow event, I was able to get safely down my hill to pick up my copy of Raymond's book "The Old New Thing: Practical Development Throughout the Evolution of Windows" and get back up the hill to start reading.
Having worked with Raymond on Windows 95 and other products, his book is a trip down memory lane as well as educational. Chapter 2 (Selected Reminiscences on Windows 95), in particular, reminded me of many things I had thought that I had forgotten; most notably, the time bunny came to dinner.
Raymond, thanks for (finally) writing this book. I highly recommend it to all Windows application developers.
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