[Preview + Feedback] January 2009

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Revolution

Wise Old Owl
I only care about the magazine,fast track and the price of course.....:D
I don't care about DVD or CD.
Doesn't matter 3 or 4 DVDs,single or dual layer.
I like the content of magazine and fast track most.
 

Ron

||uLtiMaTE WinNER||
With 2 dual-layer DVDs from now on, we're going to be able to meet your demands on a more regular basis as well.

thnks Bro but some good steps must be taken in packing/DVD issues......
I live iN kathmandu,Nepal and it wont be easy task for me to replace the faulty DvD,if i get one.........and in addition if this problem continues many ppl will demand for new DVDs by telling a lie they got a damaged one....
 

toofan

Technomancer
Raboo you missed Dreamweaver CS4 in that Adobe pacakage. It would have been a 4 moons to this PHP edition. Please provide Dreamweaver CS4 next month.
Bye the way you have improved this team digit. YOu have changed everything for good.
 

Sathish

Debian Gnu/Linux User
:eek::eek:. 80% of the users dont have idea to buy digit in future..(see the poll) :(:(
now what will digit do...
instead of increasing the price,it is good idea to change FT from Hardcopy to E-book.
 
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topgear

Super Moderator
Staff member
yeah make the fast track only a e-book version ( since printing cost are going higher )
 

Ron

||uLtiMaTE WinNER||
yeah make the fast track only a e-book version ( since printing cost are going higher )

Nops yaar not only E-book.....Giv the both ebook as well as hardcopy

and yaa instead of providin 2 DVD's Digit can provide 1 Coz most of the time they repaet the sam old softwares..and yaa in addition they usually donnot provide gud softwares ALL SHAREWARE

i buy digit coz there is a fasttrack
 

avinashkumar79

Right off the assembly line
No, it means that we're trying to give you more in terms of content by adding a video introduction to the Fast Track on the DVD. The e-book version is included, as is a software called Pokat Reader, which tries to emulate the feel of a real book on your screen. This is for feedback purposes, as we're trying to innovate Fast Track, and see what FT 2.0 should be.

The Print version of Fast Track remains. The e-book is an addition to this, so make sure you check it out on the DVD as well, and send us feedback about it. You can address all feedback to editor <at> thinkdigit <dot> com.




Did you write a mail to help <at> thinkdigit <dot> com? If not, please send the mail there, and if there is no response to that, you can write to me directly at editor <at> thinkdigit <dot> com and I will make sure you receive your DVD.




You can also follow the steps above to get your December DVD.

Hii Raaabo

It seems some effort from your side did the trick.I had mailed at correct email address regarding CD/DVD issues and then had that bad response and which prompted me to write that.But perhaps you made sure that i should recieve DVD.Today i got a surprise with a courier having entire Mag. with DVDs and CD.
Thanx for your efforts and this will ensure that i will keep buying further issues of Digit
 

Liverpool_fan

Sami Hyypiä, LFC legend
I am considering buying this issue since it has an FT to PHP.

yeah make the fast track only a e-book version ( since printing cost are going higher )
-1. Finally only after seeing a promising FT, I am considering buying Digit.

No, it means that we're trying to give you more in terms of content by adding a video introduction to the Fast Track on the DVD. The e-book version is included, as is a software called Pokat Reader, which tries to emulate the feel of a real book on your screen. This is for feedback purposes, as we're trying to innovate Fast Track, and see what FT 2.0 should be.
Seems a promising idea. However will it work in Linux?
 
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Dark Star

Cyborg Agent
DVd is pathetic... Though I would love to get my hands on PS...

Digit has come of ages in term of presentation././ /Ban On COver Page.. Too good.. Haven't read anything yet except editorials. New Ed. is doing gr8 for Digit I guess :)

I was disappointing as there was no Linux and Open Source Article in the Magz. !
 

neelam

Right off the assembly line
This month's Fast Track to php was really very nice. Also the video tutorial was very nice.It is very helpful to beginner of php. Please keep providing such nice tutorials.
 

Sumeet_naik

It doesn't matter!
Got the mag on 31st.. The mag contents were good and the entire package was there even with a big opening in the cover..
 

manudhiman6

Right off the assembly line
:eek::p Very very thanx for availing all these articles and wonderful softwares,

Happy New Year 2009 to DIGIT team.

Do The Best Anorion,

Take Care
:cool:
 

b_man

Broken In
Feedback: Jan-2009:

While the recent terror attacks on Mumbai did make me more vigilant and aware of my surroundings, i was more than surprised by the editorial "Let Big Brother Watch"!!

I do understand the need to fortify our country, and given that our reliance on computers and the internet has reached a point of it being a part of our lifestyle, i am for fortifying our internet communications also. But i am totally against letting anyone (especially the government, given their track record for online security of their own content) snoop into my computer in the name of 'national security'. As the end for EoTS goes, 'The government does not have the right to breach the sanctity of my house no matter what...'

Yes, the terror attack was gruesome and made all those cool gadgets we have accepted as our lifestyle work against us, but that does not mean i'll let anyone peek into mine in the name of security.

I found it very odd that the violation of privacy incurred in an external agency monitoring my Google searches, my orkut posts, my web mail and my sms is being trivialized by comparing it to being patted down at a mall by attention-less personnel who i am not sure even know what to look for! And dare they try to peek inside my wallet! Although i understand the sentiment behind it, i can safely say that these two aren't even the in the same ballpark.

I will not be so paranoid and anxious by the terror attacks as to relinquish my online privacy to any external entity. What i will do is not take my liberties for granted. I will fortify my wireless connection, make my online passwords stronger, resist from storing them in my wallet, and will spend some of my hard earned money in a good quality and legit security software, rather than hunting for cracked versions on p2ps. What i will do is make sure "I" keep strong tabs on what information is coming in or leaving my computer/internet connection, rather than leave it open for interception by an external entity. What i will do is minimize the probability that i am used as a weapon for terror.

As far as my civic responsibility goes, I will urge the online search engines to make sure that their top-notch search spiders seek information such as making bombs and child porno and make these available to the worldwide security agencies for scrutiny. And i will demand a death sentence for anyone who dares indulge in these gruesome practices so that an example is set for those who try to fester anarchy.

Letting government take over the internet is going to create more problems than it solves, given how ours are so easily sold to businessmen. (Satyam , anyone!!!)

I can go on and on here, but i'll conclude with this. My desire for online privacy is as strong as my desire to never again light a candle at the Gateway of India. And for that, "I" shall become proactive and take steps, rather than be paranoid, put my hands up and say "Let big bro watch!" That's hardly civic!
 
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