New book: Living in a digital world – Demystifying technology

At the end of January 2018 I published my first book, Living in a digital world: Demystifying technology. Words used by readers to describe this book include, extraordinary, great resource, brilliantly thorough, invaluable, friendly, accessible, entertaining, enthusiastic, recommend, recommend, recommend and even, surprisingly humourous.

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Of course, highly edited comments must be taken with a large pinch of salt. Extraordinary might have come from the line, “What an extraordinary load of rubbish.” In fact, the writer of that comment actually said, “The author, Mark Baker, has achieved something rather extraordinary with this book.” He might, however, have gone on to say, “So much fatuous nonsense, compressed into so little space.” Fortunately, he did not. If you would like to see what he actually said, together with other reviews and posted comments, please see You will also find more information about the book, links to its Amazon pages and even a couple of videos.

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