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Exhausted by Judy's infinite racing for luxury "stuff like that," her father, Tom, dies of a heart attack.
After graduating from high school, Judy informs her mom, Kristina, of her plans to go on a cruise to some exotic island to chill out. However, a dream about her father changes Judy's mind, and forever alters the course of her life.
She enters a whole new world-one of programming and high technologies; the world of crazy ideas and crazy money; and through Judy's eyes we reveal an enormous spectrum of interesting, bright people who live in this world, and make it the exciting place it is.
Dot-Com and Stuff Like That is an unbelievably sharp-witted, hilarious story about a young girl's (Judy) breathtaking upward flight from sales associate at a department store, to VP of a successful Dot-Com company.
While on her fantastic journey, she meets thoughtful friends, envious enemies, and treacherous competitors; she encounters love and intrigue, fraud and loyalty, ups and downs - all seemingly routine occurrences in the unique and historical social phenomenon known as Dot-Com.
It is always surprising - there is one twist after another, and the eventual outcome is one the reader would never have expected.
Dot-Com and Stuff Like That focuses primarily on the dreams and aspirations of its central characters, who sometimes find themselves in very bizarre situations...
While set in the Dot-Com world, this arena merely acts as a backdrop against which the story unfolds; a story about the choices we make, and how our ultimate success or failure is a direct result of our actions, and the way we treat those we encounter on each rung of the ladder of life.
This book is not overwhelmed with technical details, and undoubtedly will be of interest to a broad category of readers.