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I’m a troglodyte. I think that’s the word for it. Like an old school weird person who throws bricks at their computers. – Joanne Kelly

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In almost every technology area that we’re ahead in; we’re ahead in because the United States leads the world in computers. – W. Daniel Hillis

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I took computers in high school. I would do all my own programming; but I didn’t see the future of computers for anything other than data processing. Who was going to use a computer for communications? – Craig Hatkoff

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The same computers that make it impossible for you to cheat on your income tax can ensure that the blood of your group is in the ambulance that picks you up from a car smash. – John Brunner

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I’m really interested in the current tech world because of my brother Michael. Since we were little kids; in the 1970s; he was dealing with the first computers. He works for the government. – Jimmi Simpson

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In 1983; before computers came along; it wasn’t easy to do electronic basslines and rhythms. – Gillian Gilbert

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I have a cell phone that doesn’t behave like a phone: It behaves like a computer that makes calls. Computers are becoming an integral part of daily life. And if people don’t start designing them to be more user-friendly; then an even larger part of the po – Alan Cooper

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I joined the staff of EMI in Middlesex in 1951; where I worked for a while on radar and guided weapons and later ran a small design laboratory. During this time; I became particularly interested in computers; which were then in their infancy. It was inter – Godfrey Hounsfield

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I took this ‘how to build computers’ course basically because I’m sick and tired of getting ripped off by cheesy computer companies. Software baffles me. I like hardware. I used to change my own oil; and now I want to build my own computer so I can have w – Pat Cadigan

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A wide variety of devices beyond personal computers are arriving; many of which will be used to browse the Web… The Flash engineering team has taken this on with a major overhaul of the mainstream Flash Player for a variety of devices. – Kevin Lynch

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If somebody had told me when I was in graduate school; ‘Brian; in 35 years you’ll get a chance to fly the first commercial spacecraft with no computers;’ I’d have said; ‘I don’t think so. People are not going to be that stupid.’ – Brian Binnie

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Doing a movie about computers between 1978 and 1982? You can’t get much less sexy; less active than that. – Joshua Michael Stern

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And my real enemy is not to hold the specimen sterile; but it’s the lighting. The light is our real enemy. So we have to work with very very poor lighting. But we can increase the light with computers. – Lennart Nilsson

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I believe China is a major trade violator. The Chinese break all the rules. They counterfeit our goods; steal our international property rights; and hack the computers of our industries and government. Something must be done about it. – Lawrence Kudlow

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I closely follow everything about user interface or human-computer interface: technology that makes computers closer to the way the human being actually functions. – Francois-Henri Pinault

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Computers are scary. They’re nightmares to fix; lose our stuff; and; on occasion; they crash; producing the blue screen of death. Steve Jobs knew this. He knew that computers were bulky and hernia-inducing and Darth Vader black. He understood the value of – Wesley Morris

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Computers have become more friendly; understandable; and lots of years and thought have been put into developing software to convince people that they want and need a computer. – Roberta Williams

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Failure’s inevitable. It happens all the time in a complex economy. And how did the economy produce all these amazing things that we have around us; computers and cell phones and so on? Well; the process was trial and error. There were a bunch of ideas; a – Tim Harford

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Even though most people won’t be directly involved with programming; everyone is affected by computers; so an educated person should have a good understanding of how computer hardware; software; and networks operate. – Brian Kernighan

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Right at the start; when I was about 13 or 14; I only had an Amiga 500 Plus running a bit of tracker software called OctaMED. My brother was big into his computers; and when he moved up to a proper PC; I took charge of the Amiga. – Calvin Harris

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Movies began as a communal experience. Even though we now watch them as DVD’s; sometimes alone on our computers; mostly in the history of cinema it has been a communal experience. – Alison Owen

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It’s important to be informed about issues like usability; reliability; security; privacy; and some of the inherent limitations of computers. – Brian Kernighan

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Today; computers help us making the music. It’s really a tool. – Yael Naim

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We want the digital world to bend to your physical life; your real emotional life as a person; and we don’t want you to bend to computers. – Rony Abovitz

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The idea behind digital computers may be explained by saying that these machines are intended to carry out any operations which could be done by a human computer. – Alan Turing

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When computers came along; I felt for the first time that I had the proper tools for the kind of theoretical work I wanted to do. So I moved over to that; and that got me into psychology. – Herbert A. Simon

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One of the things that is not so good is that a decision was made long ago about the size of an IP address – 32 bits. At the time it was a number much larger than anyone could imagine ever having that many computers but it turned out to be to small. – Jon Postel

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I grew up before computers. Computers are changing things; not all for the good. – Graham Hawkes

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Computers sort of came around through games and toys. And you know; the first computer most people had in the house may have been a computer to play ‘Pong;’ a little microprocessor embedded; and then other games that came after that. – Rodney Brooks

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We’re leading a fundamental shift from centralized energy to distributed energy. Energy will go in that direction; just like mainframe computers went to client servers; then to the Internet. I believe in solar; and the macro trends are just too undeniable – Lynn Jurich

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