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 YEAR: 1987
 PUBLISHER: Angus & Robertson Publishers
 COUNTRY: United Kingdom
 IN OUR COLLECTION: Yes
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The World's Best Computer Jokes

 

The World's Best Computer Jokes is a book written by Rex Malik from a series of joke books. Rex Malik is also noted for writing And Tomorrow the World? Inside IBM and Viewdata Revolution. Malik was most known for And Tomorrow the World? Inside IBM because he had the idea that IBM would be not only the leader in technology but a powerhouse for a long time to come. It made sense for him to believe this theory because IBM represented more than 70 percent of its industry at the time.

This book contains jokes, quips, aphorisms and riddles about computers and their operators that have been around since the time of Charles Babbage. It was meant to create humor from the annoying situations where a microcomputer or system insists on behaving as it wishes .






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