Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker Cheswick and Bellovin 1994 There’s an awful lot of office cleaning going on at my library. This one came from the office of the Technical Services Librarian, who inherited it from a
Computers Simplified 6th Edition 2005 Submitter: My local library district is two little hole-in-the-wall libraries a couple blocks apart. Even so, their smaller branch had room for four copies of this book: Two of this edition and two of the only
Computers: Their History and How They Work Rusch 1969 This super current title was recently weeded from a public library youth nonfiction collection. How recently? How about autumn, 2013? I kept thinking certainly no other public or school libraries still
The Tale of the Big Computer Johannesson 1966 Submitter: I came across this book while weeding the high school library I work at. The school opened in 1959 and I don’t think anyone weeded a thing until I came to
Beginner’s Guide to Home Computers 2003 Submitter: [This] isn’t actually a book, but a pair of videos put out by Reader’s Digest back when the millennium was youngish, and PCs were still a mystery to most anyone over, say 60.
Combating Computer Crime Chantico Publishing 1992 Mary: This hi-tech manual has all sorts of helpful advice about phone modems, DOS boot disks, and identifying computer criminals. Mostly this seems to describe scenarios taken from WarGames. There is no earthly reason
Word Processing on Wang Systems Williford 1984 Submitter: Now stop laughing, Beavis. Wang Computers are a real thing and were moderately successful in the 1980s. However, the company no longer exists, and most offices probably retired their Wangs in the early 1990s. THREE copies of
The Computer from A to Z Kalman 1999 Well, these kids sure look like they’re having a good time. Computers must be GREAT! Why on earth would you use this image for the cover of this book? Let’s make computers