Brave new world?: living with information technology
Pergamon Press, 1983 - Computers - 174 pages
New technology has already made fundamental changes to our work and leisure, and greater changes will inevitably follow. The greatest transformation has undoubtedly been in the field of information technology. It is vital that everyone in the country should know of, and understand, the full importance of information technology and learn how to exploit it to their own advantage. In this book eminent journalists, professionals, businessmen and educationalists explain the applications of information technology within their own fields.
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