Jaico Publishing House
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This book is an account of the dreams of cyberspace pioneers. It describes the circumstances and scientific visions from which electronics, computer science and telecommunications emerged. These pioneers - viewed as "odd" or "eccentric" by their contemporaries - have enabled us to communicate in a "global village" where the space that separates different nations and the time it takes to reach them are no longer a limit: the only limit is our desire to learn.
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic".
-- Arthur C. Clarke