Behind the Silicon Curtain: The Seductions of Work in a Lonely Era

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Black Rose Books Ltd., 1990 - Political Science - 215 pages
An eloquent, inside account of trouble in the ersatz paradise of Silicon Valley...The expose of the 'clean rooms' will shock readers...Discussions of computer hackers...and desperate entrepreneurs condemn the corporate atmosphere...The documentation and...daring are commendable.--"Kirkus Reviews"

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"The Information Age has stripped us of our social sensibilities . . . ,'' concludes the author in his study of the Silicon Valley. From exploitative personnel policies to complicity in dealings with ... Read full review

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