Lets's Talk Computers - Prentice Hall  January 3, 2004
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Interview on January 3, 2004
Internet Savvy     Guest: John C. Dvorak
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference publishes high-quality books on many cutting-edge topics in computer science, business, and engineering. Prentice Hall (www.phptr.com) is a unit of Pearson Technology Group, the world's largest provider of consumer and professional computer, information technology, engineering and reference content.

Author John C. Dvorak discusses his latest release for Prentice Hall, "Online! The Book". Dvorak is responsible for bringing technology into the news with his industry columns and talk show Q&A sessions. Now he, along with Chris Pirillo and Wendy Taylor, bring their insight and wit into a book on the Internet for the computer-savvy consumer that delivers useful information and entertainment in a friendly and accessible format.
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