3-D Visual Dictionary of Computing

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1995 - Computers - 213 pages
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Lively animated characters guide readers through the confusing maze of computer jargon, explaining 1,000 essential terms with full-color illustrations and clear-cut definitions. From the Alt key to ZIF sockets, engaging pictures help readers learn new terms at a glance. Perfect for anyone trying to sort their way through computer jargon and learn about PCs.

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Gordon Graham is the editor of "Logos. "He served as vice president of McGraw Hill's book business in Europe and the Middle East, and later became chairman and chief executive of Butterworth's Publishers, a post he held from 1974 to 1990.

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