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Dinosaur FAQ #3
Thanks to everyone who's helped out with FAQ #2 (which you'll recall
was: What good dinosaur books are available?) The preliminary answer
to that question is now up and ready for comment: you can see it at
I have to admit I was surprised by the low number of replies to this
question: I actively solicit further recommendations and
anti-recommendations where appropiate. Also, all comments on what's
already on the page are very welcome: send them to <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Now it's time to launch FAQ #3, which is on the subject of actually
obtaining literature. It comes in two parts (and will actually be
presented as two separate questions in the FAQ):
How can I obtain out-of-print dinosaur books such as Robert
Bakker's _The Dinosaur Heresies_ and Greg Paul's _Predatory
Dinosaurs_? Given their enormous popularity and influence,
why were they allowed to go out of print in the first place?
And how can I get hold of technical papers? Are any published
on the web?
As always, responses to <email@example.com> please -- they will be
seen by me and by anyone who's registered an interest in the
FAQ-building process (which you too are very welcome to do at
should you wish.)
Thanks in advance!
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor -- <firstname.lastname@example.org> -- http://www.miketaylor.org.uk/
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