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Computer technology is constantly developing, which is why this title has undergone a complete revision, making it a virtually brand new quick-reference book for all computer users. The authors have expanded it to include more than 2,500 alphabetically arranged computer-related terms and definitions. They emphasize what they call the “human side” of computing, explaining t Computer technology is constantly developing, which is why this title has undergone a complete revision, making it a virtually brand new quick-reference book for all computer users. The authors have expanded it to include more than 2,500 alphabetically arranged computer-related terms and definitions. They emphasize what they call the “human side” of computing, explaining terms as well as defining them in clear non-technical language wherever possible. Filled with enlightening illustrations, diagrams, and tables.


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Computer technology is constantly developing, which is why this title has undergone a complete revision, making it a virtually brand new quick-reference book for all computer users. The authors have expanded it to include more than 2,500 alphabetically arranged computer-related terms and definitions. They emphasize what they call the “human side” of computing, explaining t Computer technology is constantly developing, which is why this title has undergone a complete revision, making it a virtually brand new quick-reference book for all computer users. The authors have expanded it to include more than 2,500 alphabetically arranged computer-related terms and definitions. They emphasize what they call the “human side” of computing, explaining terms as well as defining them in clear non-technical language wherever possible. Filled with enlightening illustrations, diagrams, and tables.

30 review for Dictionary of Computer and Internet Terms

  1. 4 out of 5

    Meter

    I no longer have this book. Was sold in one of many moves. I did find it an invaluable resource in the 90's when I'd never even used a computer much but decided to go computer science for school. I sat in Denny's for a week and read this cover to cover with a red pen. A dated resource now, even at the time I read it. The great thing about a book like this though is it sorta gives you a history lesson. Not only showing you things you hadn't heard of but giving insight about sources of common know I no longer have this book. Was sold in one of many moves. I did find it an invaluable resource in the 90's when I'd never even used a computer much but decided to go computer science for school. I sat in Denny's for a week and read this cover to cover with a red pen. A dated resource now, even at the time I read it. The great thing about a book like this though is it sorta gives you a history lesson. Not only showing you things you hadn't heard of but giving insight about sources of common knowns. Also one can build a picture of what the internet once looked like that I haven't quite seen anywhere else.

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