Microchips with Everything: The Consequences of Information Technology
Comedia Publishing Group in conjunction with the Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1982 - Computers and civilization - 150 pages
Examines arguments both for doom and boom and includes contributions from Alan Benjamin, Clive Jenkins, Mike Cooley, Patricia Hewitt, Stuart Hood, and Shirley Williams.
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Doom or Boom
Independence or Dependence
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