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I enjoyed reading this textbook for class. I learned interesting facts about inventions and the affects it an invention has.Published 5 days ago by Josie
One of my favorite authors. Easy to read, amazing connections of various technologies, and just plain fun.Published 29 days ago by JOE COLLINS
Classic that should be taught in every Middle School.
Shows the connections between things, which people,
esp. young people, don't see today.
I enjoyed the programs from the 80's. This book goes deeper and flows very well. Read for yourself and see.Published 3 months ago by Oneyedphotog
This book is 20 years old, but the themes are still fresh. How much privacy do we want? Has technology given us more or less free time? Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kelley42
As soon as I finished the book, I went straight back to chapter one and re-read it beginning to end. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Joe R.
I found this book very informative. You may have to do some research to completely comprehend what James Burke says in this book, but I really enjoy it.Published 9 months ago by Speedlearner