The Information by James Gleick

"The Information" explores the history and significance of information, from its origins in the form of language and writing to the modern digital age. James Gleick delves into the profound impact of information on society, science, and technology, highlighting key figures such as Claude Shannon and Alan Turing. Through captivating anecdotes and thought-provoking analysis, Gleick reveals how information has shaped our understanding of the world and revolutionized communication, ultimately challenging our notions of knowledge and reality.

The 10751st greatest book of all time


Published
2011
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
527
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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