Silicon Follies

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Washington Square Press, Feb 26, 2001 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Welcome to Silicon Valley -- where fortunes are fast, dating's dysfunctional, and computer geeks rule. Welcome to TeraMemory, the tech behemoth where a daily cyber-soap opera of e-mail fiascoes, corporate conniving, and digital-age angst plays out for Barry, the arrogant CEO...Paul, the humble engineer...Liz, the brainy marketing associate...and Steve, the subversive hacker. Welcome to Silicon Follies, a hilarious dot.comedy of ambition and disillusionment in a land of luck, loss, and sometimes even love.

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Subtitled "a dot.comedy," Scoville's formula-beset debut concerns romantic, social, and office politics in the boom economy of California's Silicon Valley.Paul is adrift. In college he dreamed of ... Read full review

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Thomas Scoville's debut novel, Silicon Follies began as a serial on Salon.com. Scoville's articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Village Voice, the San Jose Mercury News, and The Surfer's Journal. He is also the creator of the Silicon Valley Tarot. He lives in Providence.

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