REVIEW: "User Friendly Version 1.0", J. D. Frazer
- BKUFCSV1.RVW 20030103
"User Friendly Version 1.0", J. D. Frazer, 2002, 1-9929462-39-5,
%A J. D. Frazer illiad@...
%C 1237 Elon Place, High Point, NC 27263
%I Plan Nine Publishing
%O U$14.95 336-454-7766 www.plan9.org
%P 112 p.
%T "User Friendly Version 1.0"
Although other comic strips may touch on, or even major in, the
technical realm, the true geek strip is "User Friendly," found online
at http://userfriendly.org/. There are anthologies of the strips in
print, starting with "User Friendly" (cf. BKUSRFRN.RVW).
This book contains some of the earliest strips, and a few others
chosen as illustrations, but it primarily deals with the questions the
author gets about the origin of the strip and various characters.
There are also, well, I suppose "essays" would fit, about various
subjects dear to the cartoonist's heart.
As well as a few pieces by members of the User Friendly community.
An unusual work, but, for fans of the strip, insightful and
copyright Robert M. Slade, 2003 BKUFCSV1.RVW 20030103
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