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It's bofhtastic!Site news The legendary Bastard Operator from Hell, as featured in your runaway Reg has been immortalised in print by publishers Plan Nine. Weighing in at a mighty 160 pages, this compendium of computing capers is guaranteed fun for all the family. The must-have tome is illustrated by Sluggy Freelance's Pete Abrams.

The book is released on 1 April.

And if that doesn't satisfy your lust for BOFH, you can buy our exclusive t-shirt and cap here. ®

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