[This book] is organized around important dimensions of society rather than of computing ... The book's major themes are the economy, community, politics considered broadly, and the balance of risk and reward. In a field as fluid as computing, the intersection of computers with each of these dimensions changes from year to year.--Preface.Japana#39;s Generation of Computer Refuseniks Most teens and young adults in Japan rarely use computers to surf the World Wide Web. Instead they use cell phones to access a scaled-down wireless Web. ... Some even say that they had enough mon? to buy their own PC, t ey would rather upgra e to a better cell phone.
|Title||:||Computers in Society|
|Author||:||Paul De Palma|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill/Dushkin - 2006-03-01|