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The Unpredictable Certainty:: Information Infrastructure Through 2000

Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, NII 2000 Steering Committee, National Research Council - Computers - 1996 - 281 pages
We have available an impressive array of information technology. We can transmit literature, movies, music, and talk. Government, businesses, and individuals are eager to go on ...
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The Telegraph in America, 18321920

David Hochfelder - Technology & Engineering - 2012 - 264 pages
Telegraphy in the nineteenth century approximated the internet in our own day. Historian and electrical engineer David Hochfelder offers readers a comprehensive history of this ...
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History and Strategy

Steven Kahl, Michael Cusumano, Brian Silverman - Business & Economics - 2012 - 350 pages
Business historians and economic historians frequently contribute to our understanding of strategic management, and strategy scholars often rely on a deep understanding of ...
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Dirty Little Secrets of the Record Business: Why So Much Music You Hear Sucks

Hank Bordowitz - Business & Economics - 2007 - 352 pages
For disgruntled music fans wondering why music played on the radio is not only worse now than in the past but also not nearly as revelatory as it once was, this book presents a ...
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Dot. Bomb Australia: How We Wrangled, Conned and Argie-Bargied Our Way Into ...

Kate Askew - Business & Economics - 2011 - 316 pages
Google became a verb, countries waged war games in the new digital universe and WikiLeaks sent shockwaves through a superpower. We got to this point from a place that was ...
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