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Thomas Scoville (b. California 1960). American humorist, technologist and author best known for chronicling the rise and fall of Silicon Valley during the dot-com boom.

Two major works render an insider's perspective on life in technology startups: The satirical Silicon Valley Tarot published in 1998 and Silicon Follies, an online serial novel running on in 1999, eventually finding its way to hardcover publication by Pocket Books and a television pilot by Ron Howard's Imagine Television. Scoville also wrote popular technology essays including (with apologies to Allen Ginsberg), The Elements Of Style: Unix As Literature, and Martin Luther, Meet Linus Torvalds as well as perspectives on Open Source Software for O'Reilly Media.

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Total Books: 3
Silicon Follies
2001 - Silicon Follies (Paperback)Hardcover
ISBN-13: 9780743411219
ISBN-10: 0743411218
Genre: Literature & Fiction
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Silicon Follies
2001 - Silicon Follies (Hardcover)Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780743411202
ISBN-10: 074341120X
Genres: Computers & Technology, Literature & Fiction

Silicon Valley Tarot
1998 - Silicon Valley Tarot [Steve Jackson Games] (Other)
ISBN-13: 9781556343629
ISBN-10: 1556343620
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Humor & Entertainment