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hey guys, we have to read this book, the hound of the baskervilles, and a friend of mine really isn't getting it at all, so if anyone knows a great site for some cliff notes it would be really appreciated....thanks!!
 

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isn't that sherlock holmes? Would be a nice read i guess. Never read it tho.
Dunno, i think some other member here would've read it. It's just a matter of time before he reads this thread. I hope :p

Good luck.
 

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Can you read dutch? :p

But seriously, you could try to looks at google :)
 

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Freebooknotes.com is always an excellent resource. Cliff notes for Hound of the Baskervilles, by Arthur Conan Doyle can be found in the following link: http://www.freebooknotes.com/book.php3?id=191

If you want to read the entire book online check out http://www.online-literature.com/doyle/baskervilles/

BTW, you can always google for hound of the baskerville +cliff notes for additional links. Remember, Google is your friend ;)

Hope this helps ;)

BTW, it's not a stupid book, but a fine piece of literature :p
 

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boltzmann, even the description of the very fabric of reality is fine literature for you. Wait, it IS fine literature, if it is usuable for world domination:evil:
 

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The description of the fabric of reality sounds more like music to my ears (and damn good music, for that matter).

Ever read about Calabi-Yau manifolds and it's applications to superstring theory? If it's not pure music then I don't know what it is :p

But really, cosmology is very exciting to read and it can sound like fine literature if in the hands of a skilled writer ;)
 

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If you want to read the entire book online check out http://www.online-literature.com/doyle/baskervilles/
Wow, that's a great site. I always suspected there must be a few places that hosted some of the classics that are now in public domain but I was never able to find a decent one before now. Some of the books there, like 1984, I've been meaning to read for a while now too. As for that other link, too many funny looking symbols for me to understand :p.
 

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That isn't music, Seems too much instruments for me. ;)

I love the working of the human soul. If i only could dissect something not material... ^_^;
 

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thanks alot guys, but see we are looking for it at school and half the sites are blocked, i tried google and they are all blocked as well, but thanks so much, you guys are alot of help! Lotsa love for ngemu!! thanks guys.....
 

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Wow, that's a great site. I always suspected there must be a few places that hosted some of the classics that are now in public domain but I was never able to find a decent one before now. Some of the books there, like 1984, I've been meaning to read for a while now too. As for that other link, too many funny looking symbols for me to understand :p.
Check out http://www.bartleby.com for your literary needs as well ;)
 

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thanks alot guys, but see we are looking for it at school and half the sites are blocked, i tried google and they are all blocked as well, but thanks so much, you guys are alot of help! Lotsa love for ngemu!! thanks guys.....
Hmm, now why would a school block sites containing educational material? Lemme guess, they use websense right? If you want to bypass that annoying thing I can post some public proxies for you to use.
 

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yes, here at ngemu we are staging world domination without our participants knowing it ;)
 

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yes, here at ngemu we are staging world domination without our participants knowing it ;)
gee....we really missed you...really....seriously....not kidding...... :heh:

I did my research on bypassing content filtering....most likely the IT people also blocked proxies as well. So there is a great invention called CGI Proxy you can use....

on google, do a search for:
allinurl:"nph-proxy.pl"
allinurl:"nph-proxy.cgi"
 

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gee....we really missed you...really....seriously....not kidding...... :heh:

I did my research on bypassing content filtering....most likely the IT people also blocked proxies as well. So there is a great invention called CGI Proxy you can use....

on google, do a search for:
allinurl:"nph-proxy.pl"
allinurl:"nph-proxy.cgi"
Didn't he just say google was blocked as well :p

@ seiken: But seriously, someone better tell the guys in charge at your college that google is one of the best sites when you need to look up something educational.
 

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Kirby said:
I did my research on bypassing content filtering....most likely the IT people also blocked proxies as well. So there is a great invention called CGI Proxy you can use....
Unfourtunately websense blocks virtually every CGI proxy site in existance. It doesn't however block most normal proxies because there are so many of them and they change too often to keep up with. The only problem is that it does block most of the public proxy index sites so you'll have to print out a fresh list of working proxies from a comp that isn't filtered whenever you think you need some.
 
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