CLIFFORD STOLL SILICON SNAKE OIL PDF
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Silicon Snake Oil
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. A cautionary tale about today’s media darling, “Silicon Snake Oil” hassparked intense debate across the country about the merits–and foibles–ofwhat’s been touted as the entranceway to our future.
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Silicon Snake Oil: Second Thoughts on the Information Highway by Clifford Stoll
It comes at a propitious time; the on-lineworld has been hyped beyond recognition Stkll people have more impressivecredentials to trash the Internet than Stoll”. This was the first book I ever read that made me think technology is not all this it is cracked up to be.
It’s a good message for our society. Since then, I’ve continued to realize how IT represents a A message for avid computer users from the author of The Cuckoo’s Egg Stoll, a year veteran of the electronic information age, sillcon to clifforr reached a stage of burnout that Account Options Sign in.
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Anchor Books- Computers – pages. In “Silicon Snake Oil”, Clifford Stoll, the best-selling author of “The Cuckoo’s Egg” and one of the pioneers of the Internet, turns hisattention to the much-heralded information highway, revealing that it is notall it’s cracked up to be. Yes, the Internet provides access to plenty ofservices, but useful information is virtually impossible to find and difficultto access.
Is being on-line truly useful? They’re irrelevant to cooking, driving, visiting, negotiating, eating, hiking, dancing, speaking, and gossiping.
You don’t need a computerto Computers can’t, Stoll claims, provide aricher or better life. Selected pages Title Page.
Other editions – View all Silicon Snake Oil: Common terms and phrases America Online Andy answer archive astronomer Brad Templeton bulletin boards bytes card catalog CD-ROM classroom color communications computer games computer jocks computer networks computerized connected cost Cuckoo’s Egg database digital cash disk dollars dozen e-mail electronic feel Fidonet friends ghostwriting gigabytes Guy Consolmagno happen high school hundred images interactive Clifforc John Brockman Jon Gradie Jupiter keyboard kids snakw learning letter librarians look magazines messages Mike Godwin modem never newsgroups packets paper plenty problem Professor puter reply says screen server simple SIMTEL someone spend sure talk teach teacher telephone television tell there’s thing thousand tion Today today’s tool Unix Snaje users virtual watch what’s wonder word processor write.
Reflections of a Computer Contrarian. He lives with his family in the San Francisco Bay Area.