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Could you provide some of us with a brief overview/definition of FBP? In fact, I wouldn't be offended by a link to your book-- you can link directly to the purchase page at by means of the ISBN number as such:


Where XXXXXXXXXX is of course the ISBN code, minus the dashes. If you do, use the preview facility to make sure that you have the ISBN the same way FB does by following the link (I've referred to books where a leading 0 was optional, and others where FB required it). Plus, if anyone buys your book via that link, PerlMonks gets a spiff off of it.


In reply to Re: Future of FBP by rjray
in thread Future of FBP by jpm

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