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Computers and Culture, Part 1 of 2

The importance of computers to business, economics, politics, and leisure in American society is well established. But what about the connections between computers and education and scholarship? According to Jay David Bolter, the author of┬áTuring’s Man: Western Culture in the … Continue reading

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