Web of Deception: Misinformation on the Internet Mintz (Editor) 2002 If you have the 2008 edition of this book, it’s probably still ok, although getting older by the minute. This 2002 version is almost ten years old. It still has
The Abacus: A Pocket Computer Dilson 1968 As I was weeding my new collection, the 500s, I came across this book. I instantly thought, “why on earth do we have a book about the abacus?” and put it directly in
50 Facts About Robots Lambert 1983 A 6 year old regular patron of mine once stated “you can’t have too many robot books”. True enough. However, I think we can safely let this one slide into the great beyond. Aside
Space: Battleground of the Future? Taylor 1983, revised 1988 Submitter: In honor of the final days of the shuttle program, we’d like to share with you, “Space: Battleground of the Future?” by L. B. Taylor Jr., 1983, revised 1988. [Weeded in
Hazardous Substances: a Reference. Berger 1986 Submitter: I was weeding the reference section and found this shining example of 80’s eco-report books. It defines every toxic substance known in 1986–but that’s it. Hope you have your Tyvek suit handy! Holly:
Complete Guide to Electronic Games Blumenthal 1981 Is that a Merlin? Ohhh, I loved Merlin! That, of course, was 30 years ago. If this were a price guide for collectors, it would be great unfortunately, the phrase “rated for price and playability” on
Painting with Pixels: How to Draw with Your computer Wilkins 1999 Submitter: I checked it out a year or so ago solely to scan the cover, with no idea that there would one day be a venue in which it
Atoms Family Patten 1995 Submitter: We just weeded this book from the children’s collection. It was published in 1995 and states on page 7 “An atom is the smallest part of any living or nonliving thing that takes up space”.