I just received an email from my business school alma mater. The note promoted a reception in honor of the launch of a new book, titled “Who Owns Canada,” by Diane Francis, Editor-at-Large and Columnist at the National Post, a Canadian newspaper. What a waste of time and paper! It is quite clear who owns […]
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The last time I checked, the Amazon US Web site said it had only two copies of BYTE-ing Satire in stock. The Amazon Canada site was reporting its inventory as just one copy. Last year, both online bookstores sold out before Christmas. It usually takes Amazon a couple of weeks to get new copies from […]
Summer is here, the season traditionally reserved for a light reading at the beach or park. The Amazon Web site says that BYTE-ing Satire: A light-hearted poke in technology’s eye weighs just 7.2 ounces. Not that I’m trying to push the book or anything. I’m just saying.
My previous two post (click here for the first and here for the second) listed reasons to buy my book, BYTE-ing Satire: A light-hearted poke in technology’s eye. Here are still more reasons, but these are the last ones I’m going to provide. By now I’ve probably convinced you to buy it. Any more reasons […]
My previous post listed the top 10 reasons to buy my book, BYTE-ing Satire: A light-hearted poke in technology’s eye. Obviously, there are more than just 10. For example, here are some additional reasons. The cover includes an illustration of a clown with a computer on his lap. Who doesn’t love clowns, computers and, especially, […]
People ask why they should buy my book, BYTE-ing Satire: A light-hearted poke in technology’s eye. Here are the top 10 reasons. Â My mother thinks it’s funny. She wouldn’t lie about something like that. Â I have three friends who think it’s funny. That makes the appraisal unanimous among my friends. Â My editor […]