User's Guide to the Information Age: A Straight-Talking Guide to how Our World Is Connected and how Information Shapes Our Lives (Lightbulb Press)

User's Guide to the Information Age: A Straight-Talking Guide to how Our World Is Connected and how Information Shapes Our Lives (Lightbulb Press)

by Kenneth M. Morris
     
 

A unique,full-color techno-guide from Lightbulb Press,the imprint that rocked the industry with its best-selling Wall Street Journal Guides. All aboard for the first visual tour of the Information Age: part technical intorduction and part reference guide,filled with eye-popping graphics and a gigabyte of anecdotes and statistics that illuminate our suddenly wired…  See more details below

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A unique,full-color techno-guide from Lightbulb Press,the imprint that rocked the industry with its best-selling Wall Street Journal Guides. All aboard for the first visual tour of the Information Age: part technical intorduction and part reference guide,filled with eye-popping graphics and a gigabyte of anecdotes and statistics that illuminate our suddenly wired world. For the millions of americans still just getting into technology,as well as devoted techies who enjoy the bigger picture,this user's guide is a feast for the eye and mind. Readers explore what's vital and fun to know about telecommunications,computers,and the Internet: how they work,why they matter,and what pleasures (and hassles) they can create.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071349475
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
08/28/1999
Pages:
156
Product dimensions:
6.27(w) x 10.24(h) x 0.36(d)

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