PRINT-OUTS: THE ADVENTURES OF A REBEL COMPUTER
Volume 11 Number 2.
Edgar, the rebel computer, tells his own story. He is tired of working problems and tries to joke with his programmer. He avoids debuggers, goes on strike, meets another computer called Ethelred, writes poetry, and finally contacts his original programmer and a story writer called Claudia.
The format resembles a computer print-out, including the holes at the edge of the page, the upper case letters, and the computer graphics. Edgar, it should be noted, is a large, main-frame computer. Some of the chapters appeared first in children's magazines. A mildly entertaining bit of humour, with a four-page glossary of computer terms added.
Grace E. Funk, Harwood E. S., Vernon BC.
1971-1979 | 1980-1985 | 1986-1990 | 1991-1995
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