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The New Yorker Book of Technology Cartoonsby New Yorker
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Even if technology makes you weep, you'll laugh! Technology--friend or foe? That's a question the cartoonists of The New Yorker have been pondering with no little skepticism--and answering hilariously--for decades. From "portable phones" that were anything but to tiny cell phones, from room-sized computers to handheld wonders, from faxes to e-mails, the brilliant artists of The New Yorker have seen and drawn it all--the sublime, the ridiculous, and the existential. Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor of The New Yorker, has culled through thousands of drawings to select the best, the funniest, and the most illuminating cartoons on technology for this collection of 126 cartoons. Readers can also look forward to Mankoff's witty introductory essay. As an added bonus, the book comes with a bound-in CD-ROM, so that readers can e-mail their favorite cartoons via their computers (PC or Macintosh).
From "portable phones" that were anything but to tiny cell phones, from room-sized computers to handheld wonders, from faxes to e-mails, the brilliant artists of "The New Yorker" have seen and drawn it all. Now the magazine's cartoon editor has culled through thousands of drawings to present 126 of the best.
System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: PC or Macintosh with CD-ROM drive.
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