Length: 113 pages
Height: 8.3 x 6.5 x 0.8
Format: HC/DJ-1996-1st Ed with original CD
Shipment Weight: 1 lb.
SOG: VG=book good, sound and tight, does have minor scuffing on exterior due to shelf wear
From e-mail to the Internet and beyond, these 85 cartoons by such notables as Robert Mankoff, Lee Lorenz, Charles Barsotti, Jack Ziegler, Roz Chast, and Arnie Levin address the perils, fun, and foibles of all manner of cyberspace activity. The accompanying CD holds the cartoons featured in the book, plus an additional 50 that can be e-mailed, faxxed, or printed out in black-and-white or color.
The 100 wonderfully witty cartoons in these pages immerse us in today's newest, funniest, cutting-edgiest way of life - the life of men and women in Computerland. Here, tailing cruisers and users of cyberspace, are such superb cartoonists as Robert Mankoff, Charles Barsotti, Jack Ziegler, Roz Chast, Arnie Levin, and many more - artists who appear in The New Yorker and other leading magazines. They celebrate, skewer, and sock it to everything from programmable toasters to on-line romance. They present us with a hilarious vision of our dizzy digital world. The accompanying CD-ROM allows you to load all the cartoons in the book on your computer. You can share them with friends by fax or by e-mail, or by printing them out in high-quality black-and-white or in color.