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New Prices for Older Titles

In order to clean house, every title listed in the Older Computer Books section is now 50% off retail! If youre using an older computer (or are sticking with some older software), you might find a bargain here. There are books that can help you master Microsoft Office, FileMaker Pro, Microsoft Entourage, Microsoft Access, CorelDRAW, AppleWorks/ClarisWorks, and Quicken. There are even a couple editions of The Macintosh Bible for which I was a regular contributor and occasional editor.

In addition, My Samsung Galaxy S4 and Microsoft Office 2011 (Macintosh): Visual QuickStart Guide have been reduced to $17.99. Youll find them both in the Current Books section.


New Article: "Preventing Manually Copied Music from Disappearing from a 2015 Kindle Fire 7”

The website has been expanded to include articles (click the Articles tab to see the list). The first article ("Preventing Manually Copied Music from Disappearing from a 2015 Kindle Fire 7”) is available now.

Classic game books re-released!

Siliconwasteland Press (Classic Game Books imprint) is pleased to announce the release of three additional reprints of early Steve Schwartz game books. All three were written primarily for the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES): 

Like the first book in the Classic Game Books series (Return to Zork Adventurer's Guide: Twentieth Anniversary Edition), each book is immediately available for sale at Amazon.com, Amazon sites throughout the world, and Siliconwasteland.com. (See the book’s product page on this site for its direct link to Amazon.com, as well as the list on the Current Books tab.)

Although quantites are extremely limited, signed copies of the original edition of Return to Zork Adventurer’s Guide can be purchased directly from Siliconwasteland.

Guides to Samsung Galaxy S III, S 4, and S5 smartphones
Signed and unsigned copies of these best-selling, highest rated (Amazon.com) guides for Samsung’s most popular line of smartphones are still available.

Steven Schwartz, Ph.D. • Siliconwasteland.com