In the struggle between humanity and technology, humanity is clearly getting its ass kicked.
Published in May with little fanfare, the 315-page paperback is a compilation of more than 100 true stories of technological blunder and misfortune. Some of the stories are bizarre, some are pathetic — but all are highly entertaining.
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