When Dave Barry goes mano a mano with the Information Superhighway, it's guaranteed to be a rip-roaring adventure. This self-proclaimed computer geek and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist starts with the motto, "Never read the instructions," and slides from there into the world of hardware, software, Windows 95, and the critical issue of RAM ("the bottom line is, if you're a guy, you cannot have enough RAM"). He also shares the wisdom he's gained from forays into cyberspace, including how to use Internet shorthand to chat with total strangers who may be boring and stupid, and a wide selection of very unusual Web sites.More
Winner of Publishers Weekly Listen Up Award: Best Audio of 1996, Humor.
"Whether you're a computer whiz or a computer nerd, this tongue-in-cheek guide to computing...has enough byte to keep you entertained." (Publishers Weekly)
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VERY VERY FUNNY!!!
Disappointing and Dated
- Alan Rither