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A Crash Course in Computers
Welcome aboard and fasten your seat belt. You are about to enter the VOL - Vehicle of Learning - designed to fly around computers and technology without getting mired down in theoretical bla bla and... More > mumbo jumbo. In barely the time to read this book you will have an understanding of how computers work and you can leave the dummies behind. A boarding pass awaits you inside with no restrictions on where to start or how far you can go. No worries about technical expertise, you'll be picking that up along the way. Stow your text books in any overhead compartment - sit back and relax. Your navigator of computer kind - IM-1 - is at the controls and will be watching over every page of your journey. Have a GREAT learning experience !!< Less
If the World's a Village, I'm It's Idiot
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Technological change is coming faster and faster with each passing year. And with each passing year, I seem to keep getting older. It's not that I want to, mind you, but it seems to be something out... More > of my control. And with the constant change in technology, I seem to keep falling further and further behind. Which seems so strange because I used to up on top of all the latest tech. I had a computer very early on and a website before most people even began cruising the web. I designed sites, blogged before most people knew what that was, and so on. I was part of the "happening" crowd. Sometime in the '90's, that suddenly came to an end. I stopped being forward thinking, stopped being progressive, stopped being relevant. Today, I don't myspace, I don't facebook, I don't tweet... heck, I don't even text! Perhaps you too have problems keeping up with the changes happening in all areas of our lives today or maybe you'd just like to see the humorous side of life in a world getting smaller every year.< Less
World Best Email Compilation 2005-06
A collection of the world first and best email contents for 2005-2006 period, forwarded and shared by you, the World Wide Web community. From humors and bloopers to heartbreaking circumstances. From... More > personal intelligent tests to idiotic behaviors and events as they unfold. It’s just amazing how the small act of email sharing and forwarding by many of us can reach out and touch millions of souls throughout the world. A wide compilation of subject and interest make this one of a kind Best Email Compilation book an enjoyable reading.< Less
It's not for "dummies" or "idiots" or "geeks". It's essential information for real people with limited Internet experience and knowledge.
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Zodiacal wars may issue between default and true mind, where the reactive ego will propose to call just every miscalculation “tradition” an unquestionable “truth”: we have... More > seen these before. The idiotic default mind already proclaimed that n.b. “astronomers don’t know astrology”: similar nonsense is expected in any war. That the “believers” in sheer superstition can not cope with elementary sphere mathematics is no issue in default ego: reactive mind being always adamant in its binary stupidity. It will call upon “other minds” (the selfsame mind of the world) towards a vote, as if the position of the planets can be determined by popular vote, instead of scientific observation. Already default ego calls upon a vote in the case of a computer virus and Greek word.< Less
A Newer PocketBook of Swift Inventions
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In this third collection of invention novellas and short stories, we find out about more of Tom Swift's little-discussed inventions, PLUS read about how Tom's father first took over the Swift... More > Construction Company from his own father. Like previous collections, these stories cover the background and the invention process of devices—like Tom's L'il Idiot computers—that you see in the books, but are rarely explained. Wonder what they are and how they work? These stories will give you the explanations. This collection features a special short, short, short (did we mention it is short?) story from the 2011 NaNoWriMo international writing contest, Tom Swift and the Frictionless Elf.< Less