Hayward's Unabridged Dictionary
This anthology is one volume from C.J.S. Hayward's collected works. It includes creative work ranging from very short to moderately long: an open letter to spam patrons, a look at Java and programming, a work that turns Gilbert and Sullivan's "Modern Major-General" on its head, a look at what is good about uncreative web design and what is not so good when administrators leave employees drowning in required readings, a few koans, a look at television and religion, a revised version of a classic FAQ list, and finally a satirical dictionary in the tradition of Ambrose Bierce.
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