- Donate My Organs, Cremate My
Laptop, May 1, 1997
- I'm Still Trouncing my $9.99 Cribbage
Program, July 1, 1997
- We've Got Some Money Comin'
Back, July 15, 1997
- Jodie Foster's CONTACT--For Carl?,
August 1, 1997
- Watch My Mouth, August 15, 1997
- Flame On!, September 1, 1997
- The Least I Can Do--Really,
September 15, 1997
- Listen to Me, I Can't Hear You,
October 1, 1997
- Free Celebrity Nudes!, October 15,
- Why Must the Show Go On?,
November 1, 1997
- Why People Believe Weird Things,
november 15, 1997
- Oh, We Interent Columnists, We're
Just Crazy, December 1, 1997
- True Love, January 15, 1998
The Penn Jillette columns
I'm Sick of Writing about This
PC-Computing v7, n11 (Nov, 1994)
PC-Computing v7, n10 (Oct, 1994)
PC-Computing v7, n9 (Sept, 1994):352.
Tolls for thee?
PC-Computing v7, n8 (August, 1994):320.
I'm a virtual star.
PC-Computing v7, n7 (July, 1994):312.
PC-Computing v7, n6 (June, 1994):366.
Did I disable five security measures or six?
PC-Computing v7, n5 (May, 1994):306.
I'll bet it's your damn Thurman unit again!
PC-Computing v7, n4 (April, 1994):310.
Shhh! Be vewy quiet - I'm hunting Luddites.
PC-Computing v7, n3 (March, 1994):340.
Satisfaction - one foot in the grave.
(buying new computers less frequently)
PC-Computing v7, n2 (Feb, 1994):336.
Will radio mail really change my life?
PC-Computing v7, n1 (Jan, 1994):364.
Billy Idol: learning to type in cyberspace.
PC-Computing v6, n12 (Dec, 1993):506.
At last, here's the math behind encryption.
PC-Computing v6, n11 (Nov, 1993):546.
Subterranean Clipper chip blues.
PC-Computing v6, n10 (Oct, 1993):468.
Internet: president (at) whitehouse.gov.
PC-Computing v6, n9 (Sept, 1993):450.
Get involved! Send me your ASCII.
PC-Computing v6, n8 (August, 1993):356.
Business class, first class, or faraday cage?
(computers on airplanes)
PC-Computing v6, n7 (July, 1993):336.
I Want More Bias--And Less News
PC-Computing v6, n6 (June, 1993).
More bandwidth equals entertainment.
PC-Computing v6, n5 (May, 1993):324.
An apology for last year's trick: we printed a phony ad that
got us in a lot of trouble. We're really sorry, swear to God.
PC-Computing v6, n4 (April, 1993):332.
First ever: real info on the back page.
PC-Computing v6, n3 (March, 1993):318.
It's not really stealing, because it's me.
PC-Computing v6, n2 (Feb, 1993):412.
A brief history of time: the column.
PC-Computing v6, n1 (Jan, 1993):358.
Oh, those poor kids of destruction.
(Masters of Disaster computer hackers)
PC-Computing v5, n12 (Dec, 1992):464.
Finally - neatness doesn't count.
PC-Computing v6, n11 (Nov, 1992):472.
Mr. Television wants to be Mr. CRT.
PC-Computing v5, n10 (Oct, 1992):420.
The Micro Mephisto columns
Agrippa--One Shot to Download Dad
PC-Computing v5, n9 (Sept, 1992).
I heart my dog's head.
PC-Computing v5, n8 (August, 1992):418.
I'm not afraid of computer games.
PC-Computing v5, n7 (July, 1992):402.
Virtual reality - it's just very good TV.
PC-Computing v5, n6 (June, 1992):446.
Don't call us, we'll type to you.
PC-Computing v5, n5 (May, 1992):438.
This April Fool's Day - I'm on Your Side
PC-Computing v5, n4 (April, 1992)
(and the accompanying
April Fool's Phone)
OK, I'm in the pig power structure.
PC-Computing v5, n3 (March, 1992):338.
We're all going to burn in hell.
PC-Computing v5, n2 (Feb, 1992):372.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
PC-Computing v5, n1 (Jan, 1992):374.
'Computer expert' cracks Dead Sea Scrolls.
PC-Computing v4, n12 (Dec, 1991):430.
Hey, hey, new age, get off of my cloud.
PC-Computing v4, n11 (Nov, 1991):448.
The Toaster versus all-gray TV.
(Video Toaster image processing system)
PC-Computing v4, n10 (Oct, 1991):368.
The computer takes on pro wrestling...
PC-Computing v4, n9 (Sept, 1991):352.
Nerds unite! Change your prompts; you're already a nerd, so
you might as well have a cute prompt.
PC-Computing v4, n8 (August, 1991):288.
I spent an evening with a grain of salt.
PC-Computing v4, n7 (July, 1991):282.
Lizard King meets SideKick Prince.
PC-Computing v4, n6 (June, 1991):320.
Call me middle-age computer crazy.
PC-Computing v4, n5 (May, 1991):272.
Spell-checking will be our savior.
PC-Computing v4, n4 (April, 1991):250.
I can be (and have been) bought.
PC-Computing v4, n3 (March, 1991):308.
Prying eyes in the friendly skies.
PC-Computing v4, n2 (Feb, 1991):268.
This joke could send you to prison.
PC-Computing v4, n1 (Jan, 1991):266.
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