Robot Haiku: Poems for Humans to Read Until Their Robots Decide It's Kill Time

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F+W Media, Dec 18, 2010 - Humor - 192 pages
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Droid makes sausages. Spicy new taste sensation. Hey! Where is the cat?Cyborgs. Androids. Drones. T-800. HAL 9000. R-4-P17. Fembots. Autobots. Robots are everywhere--and don't let them fool you. Even if they were made to sweep your floors, they won't be happy until they've left you in the dust. In Robot Haiku, readers learn the truth about the robots that inhabit our world. From wood chipper droids to lawyerbots, these are the robots that will destroy you when you least expect it--one punchy, pithy, paranoid poem at a time!

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Keep a box of tissues next to you when you read this marvelous little book!! I can't remember laughing so hard from reading anything for a very long time. Salemi is someone I would love to have around ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Ray Salemi is a twenty-year veteran of the high-tech market, whose writing has appeared in BusinessWeek and Fast Company. He's never faced a robot uprising, but he's seen enough movies to know that he could take them (with Shia LaBeouf's help, of course). Salemi lives in Boston, MA.

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