... The sophistication of the technology illustrates that would-be competitors who want to feature their own digitized libraries won't have a trivial time catching up to Google.
Especially with that shiny new patent.
Of course they are. Of course they are. It's not bad when "we" do it.
It's us sighted people who are expected to bend over the barrel.
I hope he's comfortable with the fact that he just lost the goodwill of a few hundred thousand geeks (who are among the heaviest readers). Good luck with that, champ.
Wanna pump 800W through the air? Pry the door off your microwave.
Long live the mho! Its deprecation was totally unjustified. Its name alone implied what it is (an inverse ohm), its symbol reflected the name, and best of all, NO NAMESPACE COLLISION WITH PECKER TERMINOLOGY.
I found Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits (Gray/Hurst/Lewis/Meyer) to be a good book on deep-down transistor electronics. It is very theoretical, as you are looking for, and will support a strong understanding of analog transistor circuits.
I bought the "developing country" paperback edition for a lot less than $115 or whatever Amazon wants for the hardcover. Not a word is different.
The world is coming to an end--save your buffers!