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Re: Debian Perl: Digital Detective

Hi Sean,

On Tue, Nov 30, 2021 at 12:24:49PM -0700, Sean Whitton wrote:
> Title: "Debian Perl: Digital Detective"
> Subtitle: "The Memory Thief"
> Also on cover: "Solve the case like a coding pro!"
> Blurb:
>     Megalopolis used to be the city hub for all the makers, doers, and
>     dreamers. It was a better time according to Debian Perl, a
>     technomancer known for her out-of-date computer programming
>     skills. Now the city streets are filled with "Egg-heads," those in
>     thrall to the ease and simplicity of new technology as opposed to
>     Debian's way of doing things. Digits is one of those Egg-heads. She
>     is a young social media guru and knows her way around all the
>     newest, latest technology. Debian and Digits cross paths when they
>     both stumble across a 100-year-old lost robot named Ray-Bot. They
>     soon learn that Ray-Bot's CPU was suspiciously overclocked, leaving
>     him unable to perform basic functions and commands. To find out
>     where the robot came from, Debian must teach Digits everything she
>     knows about computer coding and programming. Along their journey to
>     bring Ray-Bot home, they begin piecing together the mysterious
>     puzzle about his malfunction and uncover some sinister secrets.
>     Debian Perl: Digital Detective is a five-book series in which
>     middle-grade readers will join Debian and Digits on mystery
>     adventures all while building practical knowledge of coding,
>     algorithms, algebra, and logical problem-solving.
> A bargain at $12.99.
> <https://onipress.com/products/debian-perl-digital-detective>

Interesting, but I do wonder how compliant that is with our trademark...?


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