Techies Unite: Featuring Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet by Peter Zale

Techies Unite: Featuring Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet

byPeter Zale

Paperback | June 15, 2000

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Voted Internet Magazine Cool Site of the Day, Talespinner Award, Daryl Cagle's "Top Pencil" Award, and The Medaille d'Or for Site Excellence, Peter Zale's "Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet" has taken the Internet by storm and is now making its move to newspaper syndication. This alternative comic strip will be making the unprecedented move from the obscure electronic underground to the forefront of comic strip mainstream this summer. The strip appeals to techies and non-techies alike with its unique blend of geek savvy and techno-phobic attitude.

Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet centers on a beautiful and brilliant computer geek who at twenty-four runs the information systems department of a large company. Peter Zales' strip brings to light the comic ironies about humankind that have come about due to the rapid advances in technology.

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Title:Techies Unite: Featuring Helen, Sweetheart of the InternetFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pagesPublished:June 15, 2000Publisher:Mcgraw HillLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071360735

ISBN - 13:9780071360739

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Improvements in technology are spawning an entirely new group of people. These people are techies, or computer geeks. In Techies Unite: Featuring Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet, Web cartoonist Peter Zale presents more than 200 comic strips that examine and poke fun at this unique lifestyle. Throughout his comic, Zale focusses on the technophobic attitudes that run rampant through our society and how humankind is dealing with this increase in technology. This comic strip is about to go from the Internet into the comic strip mainstream.