If genres were wall-building nations, Lucy's stories would be forging passports, jumping fences, swimming rivers and dodging bullets. To date, she's made over 70 short fiction sales, over 20 poetry sales, and lost count of her nonfiction sales sometime during her last midnight river swim.
This feels like a collection of lightly amusing web posts collected together as a "book". The stories/articles quickly start to feel very similar, but they're short and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peter Wake
Very Funny. Some of the "younger" users may not get all the jokes, however, it's a light hearted read, that is enjoyable.Published 15 months ago by Denis G. Dimick
Genius! You know, I still cannot get through "Installing Linux on a Dead Badger" without laughing so hard that I literally cry. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Thom Bone
This book was a quick and easy read, and highly entertaining. I recommend it for any techie-nerd, especially if you like zombie humor.Published 23 months ago by Karolyn R Grafton
Although each of the short stories or essays in "Installing Linux" stands alone, you'll find a few common themes. Most touch on technology. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by BigAl
This review is specific to the Kindle edition of the book as of May 26, 2011.
I'm a few pages in (Locations 80-90 of 797), and I'm already wanting to tear my hair out... Read more
REVIEWED BY THE FUNKY WEREPIG
INSTALLING LINUX (On A Dead Badger)came out a few years back as a satire of `How To' manuals and articles that cater to the business world. Read more
The title-chapter is a great article combining absurd computer-geeky imperatives with plausibly zombie-ish sounding companies and products, but the remaining articles tend to... Read morePublished on December 22, 2010 by Kelley Reid
This is just a funny book all said and done. I can't say that I understand it all seeing as some of the jokes are for Linux users only----but I bought this as a present and he... Read morePublished on October 1, 2010 by Ashley F. Jones