The cult of information: the folklore of computers and the true art of thinking
Explains what computers can--and cannot--do and decries the uncritical way in which computers are being incorporated into school systems and curriculums where information and data processing are becoming substitutes for thinking and science
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THE DATA MERCHANTS
THE HIDDEN CURRICULUM
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