Ten Years of UserFriendly.Org Hardcover – 22 Dec 2008
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About the Author
JD "Illiad" Frazer has been making a living drawing User Friendly for over a decade. User Friendly helped define the web comic genre and created a loyal community around the User Friendly brand.
Top customer reviews
If you like Dilbert, this should appeal to you. It is a tad more technical, but most of the references are (by now) old ones. Means that much of the early tech talk is now part of what we all do now. Well, most of us. All sorts of people seem to enjoy them when I leave our copy in the loo.
And speaking of Old Ones, there are many humorous threads running through this massive book, including Lovecraftian references and gentle mickey-taking aimed at almost every species of gamer, hacker, or computer office hanger-on. Marketing! Oh yes....
The ungodly are given a roasting, and you may (as I did) learn a lot by looking up some of the more obscure references. As we play, we learn.
It can be fun picking matches from the substantial cast of characters and comparing them with your friends, relatives and co-workers. Heh!
Call me Sid Dabster.....
So, highly recommended - would make a superb gift for a computer-aware individual
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
Yes, you can always see the comics online. But after a while, I get tired of staring at a screen for so long, not to mention constant clicking from comic to comic. Having it all in one collection like this is great, especially with all the added comments which make this collection so enjoyable to read. Grab a coffee, curl up on the sofa, and enjoy!
Highly recommended if you are a fan...or even if you're not! Unleash your inner geek...this book feels your pain...
My one complaint: At page 161, and again at page 328, there are duplicated strips. No, "complaint" is too strong a term, let's call it an "observation."
If you use a computer, you can't help but enjoy this book.