Skewering a vast array of technology topics that apply to IT professionals and laypeople alike, this compilation of columns from MC Press's popular "MC TNT Tips 'N Tirades" follows the author as he searches for the answer to that eternal question: "Is technology more hindrance than help?" Joel Klebanoff masterfully doles out wry critiques of the pitfalls of eBay, the dangers of online surgical advice, the value of pet cloning technology, the trouble with jargon junkies, and cell phone etiquette.
For those who work with, own, appreciate, or hate all modern science has to offer, this collection of keen insights and clever musings on the often hilarious interaction between technology and human beings offers an entertaining and delightful look at the frustrations and laughs that are a part of techie culture.
Here's what Joel has to say:
|Author Name:||Joel Klebanoff|
|Publication Date:||April 1, 2006|
|Product Dimensions:||5.2 x 0.4 x 8.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||0.45 pounds|
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