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Aunty Acid Breaks the Internet - cover

Aunty Acid Breaks the Internet

Ged Backland

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Wickedly witty and wonderfully wise, Aunty Acid is back with a new collection about the world of technology. Aunty Acid is the sassy senior created to give “the crazy old lady in all of us” a voice. In Aunty Acid Breaks the Internet, she tells it like it is with her unique opinions about technology, social media, and the digital world.

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