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White Collar Slacker's Handbook free pdf Technology may have created a 24/7 work culture, but a handful of savvy white-collar cubicle dwellers are standing up to the "the man" and using these very same (de)vices (the PC, World Wide Web, email and portable gadgets) to make it look like they're working when and where they're not. The White Collar Slacker's Handbook: Tech Tricks to Fool Your Boss teaches you how to get away with slacking off in a corporate world and not just get away with it but even make it look like you're a dedicated, tireless workaholic at the same time. The White Collar Slacker's Handbook: Tech Tricks to Fool Your Boss also features dozens of sneaky tips, tricks and techniques on how to get away with slacking off. And it's all spelled out in plain English, complete with step-by-step instructions and visuals to help you pull it off without a hitch. Best of all, in learning how to abuse technology to slack off, this handbook will in fact help you learn more about your PC, popular software and portable devices. How's that for irony?

About Marc Saltzman

Marc Saltzman is a prolific freelance journalist, author, and radio and TV host who specializes in consumer electronics, computer software and hardware, video gaming, portable devices, and Internet trends. Along with his weekly syndicated columns with Gannett News Service, USAToday.com, CNN.com, and the National Post (Canada), Marc currently contributes to more than 40 prominent publications, such as USA Today, LA Times, AARP--The Magazine, The Costco Connection, Playboy, Playboy.com, Microsoft @ Home, Electronic Gaming Monthly, PC Gamer, Tribute, Feature, HUB, and Here's How. Marc has authored 13 books and is a regular on-air technology expert on Next @ CNN, an award-winning tech show seen on CNN and its affiliates, and MoneyWise, seen on Global TV and the Prime Network in Canada. Marc lives with his wife, Kellie, and three kids--twins Jacob and Maya, and Ethan--in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. A(c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.

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Author : Marc Saltzman
Publisher : Que Corporation,U.S.
Data Published : 29 March 2005
ISBN : 0789733102
EAN : 9780789733108
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 192 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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