High Tech Heretic: Reflections of a Computer Contrarian
The author of Silicon Snake Oil offers a provocative and controversial critique of the educational applications and benefits of computers and provides a commonsense look at how technology can be best utilized and controlled in the modern world. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.
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Review: High-Tech Heretic: Reflections of a Computer ContrarianUser Review - Goodreads
Some of the examples are dated, which I'm certain will be an immediate put-off for superficial readers, but this is an insightful look into the dangers of the "technology is good, so let's shovel it at kids" mindset that's overtaking public schools.
Review: High-Tech Heretic: Reflections of a Computer ContrarianUser Review - Chelsea - Goodreads
I just finished reading High Tech Heretic by Clifford Stoll. Stoll, an apparently famous technology writer who's written two novels that I've never heard of before, is knowledgeable about the computer ... Read full review
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