Jacques F. Vallee
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[Other Publications]

The Heart of the Internet
Au Coeur d'Internet
Electronic Meetings
Computer Message Systems
The Network Revolution
British edition of The Network Revolution
German edition of The Network Revolution
Swedish edition of the Network Revolution
Les Enjeux du Millenaire
The Four Elements of Financial Alchemy
Fran├žais d'Ailleurs Essai

The Network Revolution

Confessions of a Computer Scientist

Now available (at no charge) on Google Books.

Berkeley: And/Or Press 1982
published in both hardcover and paperback
Illustrated, 213 pages, bibliography.

 

HOW WILL THE GROWTH OF COMPUTER NETWORKS CHANGE THE WAY YOU LIVE AND LOVE AND WORK AND PLAY?

WHAT DO THE COMPUTER TECHNOLOGISTS REALLY KNOW ABOUT THE IMPACT OF THEIR CREATIONS ON SOCIETY?

HOW WILL COMPUTER POWER AFFECT YOUR PERSONAL POWER AT THIS CRUCIAL MOMENT IN HUMAN HISTORY- TODAY, AS THE COMPUTERS LINK UP?

The Network Revolution, the personal view of an erudite, compassionate insider who helped shape this technology, penetrates behind the scenes to reveal the human side of computer science as it has never been shown before.

Jacques Vallee writes in nontechnical language. He takes the mystery out of the technology and shows how computer science has suddenly put humanity at a major crossroads. The choices which will shape our future are being made right now. This book and its readers will influence those decisions.