Computers and Culture, Part 2 of 2

Nearly everyone acknowledges the usefulness and time-saving applications of computers, from balancing the family checkbook to putting astronauts into space. But what about some of the long-term cultural implications of computers for American life? Jay David Bolter, Frank Borchardt, and John B. Smith approach these questions on this edition of Soundings.

At the time of this conversation, Bolter was professor of classics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Borchardt was professor of German at Duke University. Smith was professor of computer science at UNC-CH.

This edition of Soundings was conducted by Wayne J. Pond.

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