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DIGGING IN THE CRATES: Reflections on Chapter 15 of, The Information: A Theory, A Theory, A Flood by James Gleick

INTRODUCTION

The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood is a book written in 2011 by science history author James Gleick which examines the history of information systems with a focus upon the dawn of the information age.

“One hungers for books; rereads a cherished few; begs or borrows more; waits at the library door, and perhaps, in the blink of an eye, finds oneself in a state of surfeit: too much to read” (415).

Ignorance is bliss especially if enough of those around you share the same sentiment.

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