O'Reilly appears to have abandoned traditional offset printing and is now using a very poor-quality print-on-demand system. The result is that the pages look like fairly bad photocopies which are hard to read.
I'll be avoiding all O'Reilly manuals from now on (unless I can track down one of the older properly printed ones), which is a pity because the content is well-written. The poor print quality does a great disservice to the author.
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