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The Big Switch is the HCI, cloud computing and information technology guide in which the author relates the invention of the computer with the electricity. Nicholas Carr is the author of this fantastic book. Edison was the person who never set his self after new innovation and he keeps digging into science to his last breath. He has thousands of innovation in his career but he never looks back in his career. Edison was not an alien but a human being who loves his work.
He failed multiple times in his life especially when he was experimenting for the bulb. Edison loves his job and he died while following his passion. The people who love their passions they are one who makes life easy for the upcoming generation. Similar is the case when the computer was invented. The first computer was just a calculation machine but later on, it turns into a big revolution. Now, every business is running and cooperating through a computer.
It just not make the life of people easier but also helps people to become financially free. The computer is available in the cheapest prize and everyone can afford it. Further, Nicholas Carr states how a common human can change his/her life through the computer.
Details About The Big Switch by Nicholas Carr PDF
- Name: The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google 1st Edition
- Authors: Nicholas Carr
- Publish Date: June 10, 2013
- Language: English
- Genre: Cloud Computing, Information Theory, HCI
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 304
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 9780393345223
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