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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...Information Technology Tales By expanding the sharing of knowledge, time after time InfoTech upset the balance of po... ...Information Technology Tales By expanding the sharing of knowledge, time after time InfoTech upset the balance of power within m... ...L For becoming my smart, beautiful bride in 1949 and then giving fully of herself to me and our wonderful family incomparable love, care, feeding... ...r her perceptive editing of my copy over many decades, especially during the writing of this book. Epigraph Neither to persuade nor indoctri... ...ce—delivered most news from the outside world that didn‘t come through the church. Rhyming verses provided the key to memory in that oral world. ... ...spaces with visual details to bring to mind thousands of lines of poetry. Church ritual and liturgy were passed down in the same manner. A report ... ...on in the fifteenth century. Charlemagne’s war against ignorance Roman Catholic Church monasteries in the darkest of the ―Dark Ages‖ prevented th... ...he Franks— turned for help in 781. He was fortunate to find one of the few Catholic scholars who emphasized science and dialectical logic. In York... ...nor indoctrinate—rather to foster curiosity about past InfoTech. Early critics of the Internet and social media raised visions of Web users sittin...

...This book also begins with that wondrous first Information Technology and then moves on to tales about the wonders of the written word—great stories, many of them likely new to most readers. In them, you‘ll find all the backgrounds, foregrounds, premises, conclusions, and surprises that make up the best and most valuable books...

...In the Bible, God‘s first gift to man isn‘t a lesson about how to make a fire or fashion a needle, a knife, or a spear. He first blesses him with language. Even before He takes Adam‘s rib to make Eve, He tells Adam to name every...

...1. Did Water Monkeys Swim before We Spoke?-From whence cometh language, the InfoTech that lets us dominate our planet? We listen. We easily hallucinate word boundaries. Spaces, such as you see in writing, are absent from speech. Yet somehow we find it easy to make sense of speech. -- 2. The Gift ...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...chnology Tales Information Technology Tales By expanding the sharing of knowledge, time after time InfoTech upset the balance of po... ...es Information Technology Tales By expanding the sharing of knowledge, time after time InfoTech upset the balance of power within m... ...L For becoming my smart, beautiful bride in 1949 and then giving fully of herself to me and our wonderful family incomparable love, care, feeding... ...r her perceptive editing of my copy over many decades, especially during the writing of this book. Epigraph Neither to persuade nor indoctri... ...ce—delivered most news from the outside world that didn‘t come through the church. Rhyming verses provided the key to memory in that oral world. E... ...spaces with visual details to bring to mind thousands of lines of poetry. Church ritual and liturgy were passed down in the same manner. A report fr... ...tion in the fifteenth century. Charlemagne’s war against ignorance Roman Catholic Church monasteries in the darkest of the ―Dark Ages‖ prevented th... ...he Franks— turned for help in 781. He was fortunate to find one of the few Catholic scholars who emphasized science and dialectical logic. In York, ... ...e nor indoctrinate—rather to foster curiosity about past InfoTech. Early critics of the Internet and social media raised visions of Web users sittin...

...This book also begins with that wondrous first Information Technology and then moves on to tales about the wonders of the written word—great stories, many of them likely new to most readers. In them, you‘ll find all the backgrounds, foregrounds, premises, conclusions, and surprises that make up the best and most valuable book...

...Way back in the fifteenth century a man named Johann Gutenberg invented the ?printing press. More than 400 years passed before Ottmar Mergenthaler found a way in the late 1880s to mechanize that historic invention. Then, less than a cen...

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