Books in category Computers – History

  • Turing s Vision

    Turing’s Vision
    Chris Bernhardt

    This groundbreaking and powerful theory now forms the basis of computer science. In Turing's Vision, Chris Bernhardt explains the theory, Turing's most important contribution, for the general reader.

  • From Tool to Partner

    From Tool to Partner
    Jonathan Grudin

    This is the first comprehensive history of human-computer interaction (HCI).

  • The Bleeding Edge

    The Bleeding Edge
    Bob Hughes

  • Behind Deep Blue

    Behind Deep Blue
    Feng-Hsiung Hsu

    This fascinating book tells how man as genius (chess champion Gary Kasparov) was given an ultimate, unforgettable run for his mind–not by the genius of a computer, but of man as toolmaker.

  • Database of Dreams

    Database of Dreams
    Rebecca Lemov

    Recording their dreams, stories, and innermost thoughts in a vast database, Kaplan envisioned future researchers accessing the data through the cutting-edge Readex machine.

  • Web 2 0

    Web 2.0
    Henrique Antoun

    A Web 2.0 e sua explosão participativa são, hoje, o vivo convite para a decifração da relevância social da comunicação distribuída e sua nova era.

  • Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs
    Walter Isaacson

    Draws on more than forty interviews with Steve Jobs, as well as interviews with family members, friends, competitors, and colleagues to offer a look at the co-founder and leading creative force behind the Apple computer company.

  • The Computer Boys Take Over

    The Computer Boys Take Over
    Nathan L. Ensmenger

    This is a book about the computer revolution of the mid-twentieth century and the people who made it possible.

  • Inventing the PC

    Inventing the PC
    Zbigniew Stachniak

    Providing comprehensive historical background and rich photographic documentation, Inventing the PC tells the story of a Canadian company on the cutting-edge of the information age.

  • 9 algoritmi che hanno cambiato il futuro

    9 algoritmi che hanno cambiato il futuro
    John MacCormick

    Quotidianamente, senza pensarci troppo, con i nostri strumenti tecnologici (potenti computer o eleganti dispositivi mobili), facciamo cose che possiamo definire straordinarie: cerchiamo in rete; archiviamo dati; facciamo acquisti; …

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