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21 April 2009 @ 10:03 pm
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I know some of you are magical at the internet ... so could anyone hook me up with an e-version of Simpson's Forensic Pathology (any edition)? I realised quite recently - i.e. today - that I really need a book for this exam and it's in about three weeks, so my chances of buying it/finding a copy in the library are slim. I tried looking for downloads myself but I nearly gave my computer another virus... HALP?
winstonmomwinstonmom on April 21st, 2009 09:42 pm (UTC)
You can try ichapters. You are able to buy only the chapters you need. I used it to by a diet analysis program, but I know other people who have bought downloads. I am in the US hopefully it will work for you.

every Starbucks should have a polar bear: Art: Twins playing keyboardscoradh on April 22nd, 2009 01:22 pm (UTC)
Uh, what I meant was 'download for free'. Whoops, should have mentioned that! I'm such a freeloader. D:
amourdevinamourdevin on April 22nd, 2009 01:50 am (UTC)
Have you a torrent program of some variety? Using Xtorrent I found it buried in a massive thing called Great Science Textbooks DVD - I am downloading it right now just to make sure that it isn't just a pile of shite - I can always (if it is in actuality a useful thing) pass it on to you over the magic of the email. =) Really I just want to see if there are any interesting stories that a lay-person might possibly understand inside - the closest I have gotten to reading a medical text is 'The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat', which hardly counts.
every Starbucks should have a polar bear: halowrites: child on swingscoradh on April 22nd, 2009 01:24 pm (UTC)
I'm pretty sure my college acom blocks torrent (for good reason, lol). I would LOVE you to email it, if you found it - offwhitetower@gmail. Forensics textbooks have pretty horrific pictures, if that's any use? There was one of a kid who got accidentally locked in a box and wasn't found for weeks - there was mould growing on him. D:
amourdevinamourdevin on April 23rd, 2009 12:14 am (UTC)
Well bugger, instead I got Forensic Human Identification, An Introduction, edited by Thompson and Black. Still rather interesting, though knowing how stringent profs can be about reading lists, perhaps not useful to you.
thorlaythorlay on April 22nd, 2009 04:42 am (UTC)
Best way to find/download a book on the internet (imo) is using mirc. Just connect to the Undernet server, and join #bookz. If this book is available on the internet you will find it there and I have never had any virus problems with any file over there.
every Starbucks should have a polar bear: halowrites: tiger kittenscoradh on April 22nd, 2009 01:24 pm (UTC)
That sounds awesome, but unfortunately my acom blocks torrents. D: