The Computer Ate My Brother Marney 1985 Direct from the 1980s, we have a rogue computer that evidently eats kids. Of course the computer has a few “issues” and can evidently read your mind. Harry, our protagonist, is irritated by
The Neuter computer: Computers for Girls and Boys Sanders, Stone, and Women’s Action Alliance 1986 Submitter: There are 219 copies in WorldCat for the enjoyment of your readers. This uniquely titled book was found in the Children’s Literature section of
Men are from Cyberspace The Single Woman’s Guide to Flirting, Dating, and finding Love On-Line Skriloff and Gould 1997 Looking for love on-line? The authors are here to help with all sorts of tips for finding Mr. Right (or Mr.
Computer Programming Made Simple Maynard 1972 Aside from the moldy smell of this book, it was actually quite a good book for the time. It was probably used as a text. I found it very readable (unlike most technical materials).
Special Effects in Film and Television Hamilton 1998 Submitter: Here’s a nice book on movie special effects. From 1998. A few things have changed in the last 20 years in this particular topic. Animatronics and puppets are prominently covered, with
Writing and Publishing with Your PC: The Ultimate Reference for Personal Computer-Based Writing, Illustrating, Desktop Publishing, Publisher Relations, and Book Marketing and Distribution Stultz 1998 Submitter: Writing and publishing with your computer is a topic that many people are interested in,
The Computer Diet Antonetti 1973 Now it is time for some high tech dieting! Our author has compiled a bunch of data, along with some fancy “programming” to help you in your quest for weight loss. The book is essentially
Computers for Everybody Willis and Miller 1981 Computers aren’t just for geeks, they are for everybody. The cover art cracks me up as the giant computer (or maybe tiny people) sits outside as a big jungle gym. This cover art