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Access Hacks: Tips & Tools for Wrangling Your Data by Ken Bluttman
Ajax Hacks: Tips & Tools for Creating Responsive Web Sites by Bruce Perry
Amazon Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Paul Bausch
Astronomy Hacks: Tips and Tools for Observing the Night Sky by Robert Bruce Thompson
Baseball Hacks: Tips & Tools for Analyzing and Winning with Statistics by Joseph Adler
BSD Hacks by Dru Lavigne
Car PC Hacks by Damien Stolarz
Digital Photography Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Derrick Story
Digital Video Hacks: Tips & Tools for Shooting, Editing, and Sharing by Joshua Paul
eBay Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools, First Edition by David A. Karp
Excel Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools by Raina Hawley
Firefox Hacks: Tips & Tools for Next-Generation Web Browsing by Nigel McFarlane
Flash Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Sham Bhangal
Flickr Hacks: Tips & Tools for Sharing Photos Online by Paul Bausch
Gaming Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Simon Carless
Google Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Tara Calishain
Google Maps Hacks by Rich Gibson
Greasemonkey Hacks by Mark Pilgrim
Home Hacking Projects for Geeks by Tony Northrup
Home Theater Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Brett McLaughlin
iPod and iTunes Hacks: Tips and Tools for Ripping, Mixing and Burning by Hadley Stern
IRC Hacks by Paul Mutton
Knoppix Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools by Kyle Rankin
Linux Desktop Hacks: Tips & Tools for Customizing and Optimizing your OS by Nicholas Petreley
Linux Multimedia Hacks: Tips & Tools for Taming Images, Audio, and Video by Kyle Rankin
Linux Server Hacks, Volume Two: Tips & Tools for Connecting, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting by William von Hagen
Linux Server Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools by Rob Flickenger
Mac OS X Hacks by Rael Dornfest
Mac OS X Panther Hacks: 100 Industrial Strength Tips & Tools by Rael Dornfest
Mapping Hacks: Tips & Tools for Electronic Cartography by Schuyler Erle
Mind Hacks: Tips & Tricks for Using Your Brain by Tom Stafford
Network Security Hacks by Andrew Lockhart
Nokia Smartphone Hacks: Tips & Tools for Your Smallest Computer by Michael Yuan
Online Investing Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Bonnie Biafore
Palm and Treo Hacks: Tips & Tools for Mastering Your Handheld by Scott MacHaffie
PayPal Hacks by Shannon Sofield
PC Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Jim Aspinwall
PDF Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Sid Steward
PHP Hacks: Tips & Tools For Creating Dynamic Websites by Jack Herrington
Podcasting Hacks: Tips and Tools for Blogging Out Loud by Jack Herrington
PSP Hacks: Tips & Tools for Your Mobile Gaming and Entertainment Handheld by C.K. Sample III
Retro Gaming Hacks: Tips & Tools for Playing the Classics by Chris Kohler
Smart Home Hacks: Tips & Tools for Automating Your House by Gordon Meyer
Spidering Hacks by Kevin Hemenway
Statistics Hacks: Tips & Tools for Measuring the World and Beating the Odds by Bruce Frey
TiVo Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Raffi Krikorian
Ubuntu Hacks: Tips & Tools for Exploring, Using, and Tuning Linux by Jonathan Oxer
VoIP Hacks: Tips & Tools for Internet Telephony by Ted Wallingford
Web Site Measurement Hacks: Tips & Tools to Help Optimize Your Online Business by Eric T. Peterson
Windows Server Hacks by Mitch Tulloch
Windows XP Hacks by Preston Gralla
Wireless Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Rob Flickenger
Word hacks by Andrew Savikas
Word Hacks: Tips & Tools for Taming Your Text by Andrew Savikas
XML Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools by Michael Fitzgerald
Yahoo! Hacks: Tips & Tools for Living on the Web Frontier by Paul Bausch

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O'Reilly's Hacks Series reclaims the term "hacking" for the good guys--innovators who explore and experiment, unearth shortcuts, create useful tools, and come up with fun things to try on their own.

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