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The Internet: Now in Handy Book Formby David Mccandless
Synopses & Reviews
Using the very latest in Pageturn technology, this full-color spoof of everyones favorite information-superhighway-thingie redraws the world wide web via the most cutting edge of gadgets—a book. All 144 pages are stuffed with narcissistic bloggers, ultra-geeks, and desperate online daters. The result is funny and scary, clever and crude, dark and absurd. Recommended "sites" to visit include Notbitch—the world's nicest gossip site, Bullies Reunited—relive your teenage days of beating people up for money, Poormatch.com—the world's worst dating site, and Porn for girls by girls—hardcore social lunch with the parents, and roughly taken on a romantic weekend! So dump that PDA, grandpa, drown your mouse, and dropkick your iPhone into a nearby pond. Portable and wireless, with no battery required and 95% virus free, the internet in a book provides the traditional internet pleasures of surfing, stalking, and having your credit card details stolen, all at the turn of a page!
About the Author
David McCandless is an award-winning writer, journalist, and copywriter. He has written for The Guardian, the Independent, Maxim, Stuff, and Wired; and has won two Webby awards.
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