Comments on Mindhacker

  1. ## 8 Comments. ### I would really love to add this to my ebooks so I can refer to it any time I want. Is it available electronically?

-- Anonymous 2011-12-24 01:36 UTC

Glad you enjoyed it! Mindhacker is variously available in Kindle (MOBI), EPUB, and PDF formats from the usual places -- Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and so on, as well as our publisher Wiley's own page. Check the main Mindhacker page for some places to get an ebook. If you have any trouble finding it, please email us at, and we'll send you some direct links. Be sure to tell us what kind of ereader you have. Happy holidays!

-- RonHaleEvans 2011-12-24 19:10 UTC

Bought the book on the basis of the excellent sample I got via Amazon, and specifically, the tip about creating a "memory dungeon" using Doom. Now I'm wondering how difficult it might be to create my own dungeon, either of my own design or by modifying the basic Doom layout to include more loci (e.g., embed artwork on walls). I saw a reference somewhere to a Google product for creating 3D renderings, but the last time I used it, it seemed kinda clunky. Any advice?

-- AlexLane 2012-01-28 15:46 UTC

Alex, sorry about the delay in response. I tried to go to your website, but it seems to be down. Anyway, for tweaking Doom. try the level editor Doom Builder: .

-- RonHaleEvans 2012-03-31 20:06 UTC

Thanks for the link.

P.S. Among the problems with my website is - in this case - my poor typing (it's

-- AlexLane 2012-04-05 03:59 UTC

Just wanted to say I really enjoyed the book, found a lot of it very useful and the chapter on making decisions. In particular Hack 15: Sift You Ideas inspired us to create Decision Buddy and a Free Online Decision Maker

-- mattwhetton 2013-07-29 12:46 UTC

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