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Peter Cochrane, the head of the cutting edge research labs at British Telecommunications, is a leading visionary of the digital age. He takes us on a rollicking tour of the technological advances just ahead. This series of monologues - at once provocative, brilliant and funny - give a tantalizing glimpse of a future where the distinction between humans and computers, ...more
Hardcover, 225 pages
Published November 1st 1998 by McGraw-Hill Companies (first published October 1998)
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Feb 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
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Written in 1997 by a early adopter of technology. It's fun to read what he got right with his predictions and also to find out about tech that is commonplace now, that was only available in labs in the late 90's.
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Peter Cochrane was the head of the research labs at British Telecommunications, and this book is a series of short essays on his ideas about future technologies. Given that this book was assembled in 1999 (I believe the individual articles were written in the 1990s), events have overtaken some of his projections, but they are still interesting. At 2 pages per essay, this is a book best dipped into rather than read at one sitting. There are 108 of these short essays in this book.

Dec 15, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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outdated book available only at a stupid library such as d one near me...
nothing special.just another book with good title but old contents
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Peter Cochranes writing about war includes the award-winning Simpson and the Donkey: The Making of a Legend; the companion volume to the ABC TV series Australians at War; and two studies of wartime photography, The Western Front, 191618 and Tobruk 1941. Cochrane is also the author of Colonial Ambition: Foundations of Australian Democracy, which won the Age Book of the Year award and the Prime ...more

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