Good condition. DJ in a Brodart sleeve. Address written on endpaper, else unmarked.
Takes you inside the computer, explains the components of its systems, the basics of programming, and the interaction between user and machine. With easy-to-understand analogies, cuts through computer jargon to remove the anxiety-producing mysteries of technology. Concludes with an astute analysis of what a computer can and cannot do, appraising the urgent problem of software reliability and the possibilities of artificial intelligence. Provides the clearest picture yet of the workings and the wonders of the new machines.
Hardcover: 270 pages
Publisher: Viking Penguin
First Ed. First Printing 1985