In the Age of the Smart Machine: The Future of Work and Power

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Basic Books, 1988 - History - 468 pages
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A seminal work on the social, economic, and emotional consequences of computer technology. In-depth interviews with workers and managers in a variety of economic settings evoke the wrenching sense of disorientation that follows in the wake of the "smart machine".

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A comprehensive history of work and the dynamics of working environments Read full review

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Zuboff is the best writer on implications of technology for our time. Sadly, this and her subsequent book, "The Support Economy," are her only two book-length works (to my knowledge; if someone knows ... Read full review

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Shoshana Zuboff is chaired professor at the Harvard Business School. She lives in Maine with her husband and two children.

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