I'm a big fan of Amazon for Internet shopping. I bet I spend over $500 annually as a Prime customer on computer and statistical books alone. And most of the time, I get exactly what I expect.

There are those rare occasions, though, when what I get is different from what I thought I'd bought. Alas, a digital table of contents is not always a perfect substitute for good old fashioned in-store browsing.

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