The Wall Street journal book of personal technology
This witty and candid guide cuts through the jargon, hype, and visionary mumbo-jumbo to explain in realistic, down-to-earth terms exactly what the newest computers, software, and communications devices can--and cannot--do for the average, intelligent "non-nerd."
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