This is a handy collection of pithy quotations about computers: advice, put-downs, off-the-mark predictions, and other snippets from experts such as Steve Jobs, Ted Nelson, Thomas J. Watson, George Bush, and Duckman.
Anyone who writes, speaks, or thinks about computers is sure to find at least a few useful tidbits for their work in this book:
"The goal was that it had to be better than the back of an envelope." -- Dan Bricklin, creator of VisiCalc, circa 1978
"Unlike print, electronic text defies proverbial wisdom. You can have your cake, give it away, then eat it, and still have it." -- Richard A. Lanham, 1993