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Are you someone who’d use a RAM chip as fertilizer? Do you think that the best way to boot up a computer is with a steel toe? Then The Devouring Fungus is the book for you. Anyone who’s ever had anything to do with computers—from the sophisticated hacker to the confused office worker to the unsuspecting parent who finally relented to the kid’s demand for a PC—will find som Are you someone who’d use a RAM chip as fertilizer? Do you think that the best way to boot up a computer is with a steel toe? Then The Devouring Fungus is the book for you. Anyone who’s ever had anything to do with computers—from the sophisticated hacker to the confused office worker to the unsuspecting parent who finally relented to the kid’s demand for a PC—will find something here to chuckle about.


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Are you someone who’d use a RAM chip as fertilizer? Do you think that the best way to boot up a computer is with a steel toe? Then The Devouring Fungus is the book for you. Anyone who’s ever had anything to do with computers—from the sophisticated hacker to the confused office worker to the unsuspecting parent who finally relented to the kid’s demand for a PC—will find som Are you someone who’d use a RAM chip as fertilizer? Do you think that the best way to boot up a computer is with a steel toe? Then The Devouring Fungus is the book for you. Anyone who’s ever had anything to do with computers—from the sophisticated hacker to the confused office worker to the unsuspecting parent who finally relented to the kid’s demand for a PC—will find something here to chuckle about.

30 review for The Devouring Fungus: Tales of the Computer Age

  1. 4 out of 5

    Philip Mlonyeni

    MULTO BUENO! Veldig morsom, bra skrevet og utallige bra anekdoter og vitser. Den eneste grunnen til at den ikke får fem stjerner er at den burde vært enda lengre

  2. 4 out of 5

    Glen Engel-Cox

    A book about the folktales and legends of the computer world. Interesting for the various anecdotes and the clearly written history of the beginnings of computers and the society surrounding them.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Charles

    The folk lore and legends of the computer world as told by a decent author, a must for anthropological technophiles.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Ruth

    Hilarious. And oh so familiar!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    probably good when published but subsequently eclipsed in quality by newer works.

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