Man, the usability of Safari Books Online -> O'Reilly Learning has just been a down-hill ride... now days, my reading list "playlist" isn't even on the front page. Front page is all things they're promoting at me, while my reading lists are buried in a sub-menu.
I use the service for reference all the time, but they're convinced they need to present like Netflix, etc. Tell ya something, O'Reilly... I don't like how Netflix "hides" my queue and continue lists from me, either.
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