The Geeks Computer Dictionary: The Essential (and Funny) Guide to Computer and Internet Terminology Brian Dean

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Published: October 31st 2009

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The Geeks Computer Dictionary: The Essential (and Funny) Guide to Computer and Internet Terminology  by  Brian Dean

The Geeks Computer Dictionary: The Essential (and Funny) Guide to Computer and Internet Terminology by Brian Dean
October 31st 2009 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 34 pages | ISBN: | 5.35 Mb

So, you think you understand those arcane computer terms, do you? Think again, and laugh along with The Geeks Computer Dictionary.Everyone from Internet newbies to jaded IT professionals can find laughs in this wacky take on technical terms.A fewMoreSo, you think you understand those arcane computer terms, do you? Think again, and laugh along with The Geeks Computer Dictionary.Everyone from Internet newbies to jaded IT professionals can find laughs in this wacky take on technical terms.A few examples:ASCII: The sound made by a sneezing computer, i.e.

one with a virus.COMPUTER CRIME: An assault performed by a hacker, as opposed to a slasher.E-MAIL: Short for Ethereal Mail, a means of communicating with spirits (as opposed to celebrating with spirits).FLASH MEMORY: The recollections of an exhibitionist.HELP DESK: A place you call when your computer breaks and you want to know what the weather is like in India.INTERNET: A source of infinite knowledge, a collection of useless and inaccurate information, a pornocopia of smut.KINDLE: An e-book reader that uses e-paper, i.e.

paper than cannot be used to make an airplane.LOW LEVEL LANGUAGE: Expressions used when the computer breaks.ONLINE DATING: A blind date arranged by a computer that knows less about you than your sister.RAM: One of a pair of hideous flying reptiles from the 1951 Japanese monster movie Ram and Rom Stomp Osaka.VOICE RECOGNITION: The ability of a dog, cat, or computer to recognize its masters voice.

Dogs and computers recognize voices and respond in a pre-programmed manner- cats recognize voices and ignore them.WWW: One of the words used in a Field Sobriety Test.



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