I bought it, also just leisure reading. Lacking details in a number of areas, often leaves me desiring for more.Just wondering if anyone felt the new version was worth updating for, from the perspective of a practicing guy who has no more tests, but wants to continue updating his knowledge.
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The med school in my area sends mine overseas to developing nations. Probably not the most efficient use of funds, but it makes me feel better.I didn't, as much as I love big books that come with free Inkling versions.
When I had departmental funds, I used to buy almost every edition of certain books, and ended up not reading them. Now I buy only every second edition of those that I read. This Yao is also shorter than the previous.
I'd rather waste my money on something I need a refresher in and don't have a recent book about. I have begun to consider printed (professional) books a space-occupying lesion: it's a pain to recycle them (I hate throwing them out).