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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

... Dedication to CAROL For becoming my smart, beautiful bride in 1949 and then giving fully of herself to me and our wonderful family i... ...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 se... ...ced me of the following: • Earlier InfoTech revolutionaries opened knowledge access to larger and larger segments of the population th... ...od, heads back to the hive, then dances on the wall in circles or straight lines to point others to where it‘s been. Other birds and beasts make s... ...emorized lists of spaces with visual details to bring to mind thousands of lines of poetry. Church ritual and liturgy were passed down in the same ma... ...rmaking, but the arrogance of one of T‘ang Emperor Hsuan-tsung‘s generals opened the way near Samarkand for the secret‘s escape. After the arrogan... ... to realize 1776 falls in the eighteenth rather than the seventeenth, and 1929—the start of the Great Depression—falls in the twentieth. At the tur... ...entific discovery was bringing drastic changes to the American scene. Railways and steamships shrank distances, and machinery superseded hand lab...

...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 ev...

...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 of Memory-For millennia, mnemonics reigned over commerce, news, entertainment, and the perpetuation and refinement of cra...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...t Dedication to CAROL For becoming my smart, beautiful bride in 1949 and then giving fully of herself to me and our wonderful family i... ...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 se... ...ced me of the following: • Earlier InfoTech revolutionaries opened knowledge access to larger and larger segments of the population th... ...od, heads back to the hive, then dances on the wall in circles or straight lines to point others to where it‘s been. Other birds and beasts make sou... ...emorized lists of spaces with visual details to bring to mind thousands of lines of poetry. Church ritual and liturgy were passed down in the same ma... ...rmaking, but the arrogance of one of T‘ang Emperor Hsuan-tsung‘s generals opened the way near Samarkand for the secret‘s escape. After the arrogant ... ... to realize 1776 falls in the eighteenth rather than the seventeenth, and 1929—the start of the Great Depression—falls in the twentieth. At the tur... ...cientific discovery was bringing drastic changes to the American scene. Railways and steamships shrank distances, and machinery superseded hand lab...

...irst 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. This book also begins with that wondrous first Information Technology and then moves ...

...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 ...

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