Moths to the Flame: The Seductions of Computer Technology
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Moths to the flame : the seductions of computer technology
Each of the six chapters asks a simple question: What are computers? How do we build them? How do we talk to them? How do we program them?
Moths to the Flame: The Seductions of Computer Technology by Gregory J.E. Rawlins
What can't they do? Could they think?
After answering its question, each chapter views its topic in terms of the state of the art as of and into the near future. Rawlins successfully demystifies the computer--the first step away from slavery to it. An uninspiring review of the history of the computer, and an evaluation of its impact on our society today and in decades to come.