Similarly, while some of the elements of the computer revolution
originated in defense projects and university labs, their application to our everyday lives has been largely the work of profit-seeking entrepreneurs like Gates, Jobs, Cook, and Dell.
Computer visualization is emerging as a distinctive new discipline, according to the authors, who call it the second computer revolution
The report, the first comprehensive materials flow analysis of a 32-megabyte memory chip, undercuts the reputation of the electronics sector as a relatively "clean" industry--and belies the widely held belief that the computer revolution
heralds a "dematerialization" of the post-industrial economy.
HERE IS A FACT ALL OF US SORT of subconsciously know, but the actual statistics are still impressive evidence of the computer revolution
THE National Assembly may have to give financial assistance to link the countryside to the computer revolution
Since 1995, California's economy has grown by 32 percent and electricity demand has grown 24 percent, a byproduct of the computer revolution
that has made California the world's sixth-largest economy.
Schiffman, Information Ages: Literacy, Numeracy, and the Computer Revolution
Over the past couple of decades or so, as the personal computer revolution
placed more (and cheaper) processing power within reach of virtually anyone, that changed.
He added that everyone should be able to benefit from the computer revolution
There is widespread agreement that this paradox is a measurement problem--official price and output data are simply missing the computer revolution
THE Irish town of Limerick owes its recent renaissance to a young Texan pioneer of the computer revolution
We have now entered a new millennium and my guess is that, within 50 years, the computer revolution
will have rendered all coins of the realm obsolete.