Weekly Wambooli Salad Vol. III by Dan Gookin
Dan Gookin's Newsletter from Aug. '03 thru Aug. '04

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Time for More Salad! Inside you'll find: Even more tips! Dozens of computer lessons and how-to information Basic information on using the Internet, Microsoft Office, Digital Photography, E-mail, and on and on Web page links, funny stuff, great on-line references, and just interesting places to go on the Internet Computer news, commentary, inside, and whacky predictions About a bazillion computer keyboard shortcuts Ways to make you a better computer user Humor and irreverence delivered in a most loving and kind way Fun! Humor! Tips! Tricks! Gross impertinence! Once again, Dan Gookin returns with his second self-published work, a year's compilation of his free weekly computer newsletter, the Weekly Wambooli Salad. In this bound book you'll find not only 52 full issues of the Salad, but once again you'll be delighted by Dan's insight, information, observation, recommendations and just lots of good stuff! Weekly Wambooli Salad is Dan's free weekly newsletter, published electronically every Monday since 2001. What you have in your hands represents the archived copy of the newsletter's third year(Volume III), including all newsletters from August 2003 through August of 2004. But that's not all! Unlike Volume II, this book has glorious illustrations! So even if you are a subscriber to the newsletter and have kept back issues, this book becomes a truly valuable desktop reference. Further, these pages have been beefed up with a fancy formatting and cross-references. What more could you want? A cheap price, you say? Well, it has that as well! Whether you're new to the Salad, an old hand, or just enjoy reading Dan's other books, you'll find this tome a rare and exciting treasure! Add it to your computer book library today! Enjoy the Salad!
 

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Published August 25, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 464 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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