LOS ANGELES, May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- Speaking Computer, Learning the foreign language of technology has been released by Alephsphere Publishing on paperback and Kindle. It was researched on complimentary internet wifi and written at a corner table of a Southern California coffee shop by technologist Scott Shui.
As a technology primer, Speaking Computer is a new book about learning a foreign language and culture called computers. It describes the abstract world of technology in familiar human terms. By using colorful metaphors, pop culture references, and real life examples, it explains many fundamental computing ideas. These chapters are there to serve as a guidebook for civilization's modern lifestyle tool. It fiercely promotes computer literacy in an entertaining way despite being an often intimidating subject.
The Library Infinite [http://libraryinfinite.com] is a brave new web portal created as a complement to the book and named after Chapter 3. It is a human curated collection of free software and carefully selected web sites arranged into over thirty five personality archetypes such as musiclover, foodie, entrepreneur, and DIY-er. This is a free gift to the reader wherever the internet is available.
The author Scott Shui is your friendly neighborhood technologist. He was the one friends and coworkers would ask about their computer instead of calling technical support. Although Scott secretly does not like computers, he hates it even more when they are slow, broken, or confusing.
Purchases can be made on Amazon through http://speak-computer.com/
Wholesale inquires can be made by contacting suntzu [at] alephsphere.com
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Contact Name: Scott Shui
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Contact Telephone: 310-579-2952
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