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Good Book! March 19 2008
By Ember Rose - Published on
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I am a full time student and recently purchased this book. It is very informative and helpful. My instructor told me about it and since then a few others have bought it as well.
Technology cleared up fast Feb. 10 2014
By Mimi Andreae - Published on
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Now i can just turn to what I want to know If someone talks about a term I'm not familiar with.
Too Bad it's Not Thicker Nov. 27 2013
By William F. Nappi - Published on
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Although much appears to be AND is outdated, A LOT of the more basic definitions apply to the technologies in use today. SOME terms are antiquated, some are obsolete BUT many, many are not. Well written too.
Filled with information. Sept. 21 2013
By Harley Walter - Published on
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I found most of the things I was looking for in this dictionary. There were a few abbreviations I couldn't find.
Computer Dictionary Feb. 17 2013
By Diane M. Stevens - Published on
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This book is very good for those starting out. Sometimes I do not understand computer terminology since I'm a product of the 50s. This defines every thing in a simple language.