Originally Posted by scalf
Also nice to get the "RUN Good; Ed Miller" signature in the front..
That's one advantage to getting the paperback version, I guess. Hopefully I'll get some of that run good mojo in the ebook as well.
I'm currently finishing one of his other excellent books before starting this one, but I'd like to point out that Ed is very responsive and helpful in addressing any issues. (My "issue" was my fault -- didnt have the format of ebook that I preferred on my iPad while traveling even though it was on my computer back home. He promptly emailed me a copy.)