Edgar G. Allegre, is pleased to announce the release of his book “Cyberpoetry & Cyberhumor: Poetry, Humor, Fiction and 80´s Nostalgia”

Through the use of UNIX & Linux commands and terminology, the author writes poetry, comedy and fiction, to prove, as he says, that, “UNIX is nothing less than a new form of human communication, the electronic age Esperanto of the XXI Century.”

In an amusing manner, the book “connects” UNIX / Linux with show biz celebrities, historical figures and some of the most famous painters, musicians and poets in the history of mankind.

No stone is left unturned by the author in his quest of making UNIX a “universal language” and everyone is game, from Madonna and Britney Spears to Cro-Magnon Man, Julius Ceasar, Shakespeare, Van Gogh, Andy Warhol and even Santa Claus among others.

The author succeeds in his objective of pushing the mixture of computer technology and art to the limit when he creates “binary” and “octal” poetry, written by fictional character of his own creation such as Robert Frosty Flakes and e.e.cunix.

“Cyberpoetry & Cyberhumor” can be downloaded as an e-book at www.cyberpoetry.com