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Architects of the Information Society: Thirty-Five Years of the Laboratory… (edition 1999)

by Simson L Garfinkel (Author), Harold Abelson (Editor)

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Laboratory for Computer Science (LCS) has been responsible for some of the most significant technological achievements of the past few decades. Much of the hardware and software driving the information revolution has been, and continues to be, created at LCS. Anyone who sends and receives e-mail, communicates with colleagues through a LAN, surfs the Web or makes decisions using a spreadsheet is benefitting from the creativity of LCS members.… (more)
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Title:Architects of the Information Society: Thirty-Five Years of the Laboratory for Computer Science at MIT
Authors:Simson L Garfinkel (Author)
Other authors:Harold Abelson (Editor)
Info:The MIT Press (1999), 86 pages
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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Laboratory for Computer Science (LCS) has been responsible for some of the most significant technological achievements of the past few decades. Much of the hardware and software driving the information revolution has been, and continues to be, created at LCS. Anyone who sends and receives e-mail, communicates with colleagues through a LAN, surfs the Web or makes decisions using a spreadsheet is benefitting from the creativity of LCS members.

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