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Here's a user-friendly list of words and phrases we meet soon after a computer comes to live with us. New users may not appreciate being called dummies or idiots, nor do they need to buy a big dictionary of thousands of bits of computer jargon intended for "geeks". This is as un-geeky as it gets with just 200 entries.Trust me, that's enough to get you going.
The computerization of the workplace confronts us with a paradox. While almost everyone agrees that the fusion of new information and communication technologies (I/CT) is radically transforming the way society works, some individuals argue that the implementation of any single I/CT is disappointing. Studies report that these individual experiences in computerization often fail to measure up to the expectation. The Computerization of Work offers an explanation for the gap between the expectations and often less-than-satisfactory results. Written by renowned professionals in the field, this volume explores the subject matter through the discussion of theory and field studies as well as insights from other research.
Students and researchers alike will appreciate this rare look into the world of technology and society.
My book is quite different from my book called 'Prayers and Poems'. I just want to let everybody know I have a sense of humor in my life and am not always serious as people may think about me. I started writing this book in January of 2006 and it was finished on July 19, 2006.
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