I take the 'eek!' out of geek
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Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 31, 2006
Almost since the beginning of the World Wide Web, Internet pioneer Richard Sherman (or "Mr. Modem” as he came to be known) has been providing computer tips, help and advice to millions of computer users worldwide. Now, for the first time, this author, syndicated columnist, and publisher is sharing his best-of-the-best Web sites in a newly released CD called Mr. Modem's Web. The CD provides access to a vast collection of Mr. Modem’s entertaining, descriptive profiles and links to a treasure-trove of invaluable Web-based resources.
This one-of-a-kind CD (for Windows PCs) introduces the user to more than 1,400 extraordinary educational, informative, and entertaining Web sites, all personally selected and profiled by Mr. Modem. To view an excerpt from the CD visit Mr. Modem’s Web site.
Mr. Modem is a knowledgeable, personable, and geekspeak-free computer expert who combines humor with his extensive technical knowledge to help users with their computer and Internet questions, by providing easy-to-understand answers as well as basic computer tips. The author of eight computer books and a columnist for Smart Computing magazine, Mr. Modem is best known as the publisher of the popular "Ask Mr. Modem" weekly computer-help newsletter.
"I take the 'eek!' out of geek," says Mr. Modem. "For years I have been providing much more than typical wait-on-hold, techno-babble 'tech-support' to my readers. Subscribers think of me as a friendly neighbor to turn to for reliable advice, for software and hardware recommendations, and to answer their computer questions."
About Mr. Modem
Richard Sherman is an author, syndicated columnist, radio host, and as President of Phoenix-based Get-the-Net, Inc., publisher of the “Ask Mr. Modem” weekly computer-help newsletter.
An Internet pioneer, Sherman first ventured onto the Internet in 1988, and as "Mr. Modem," has been providing an online helping hand, in the form of computing hints, tips and advice, to millions of computer users worldwide ever since.
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