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Riassunto: Technology is moving into every area of our jobs and lives. It can do our boring work and let us live like kings, or leave us destitute and dominated. By moving up to metamind, we can come out on top. This book helps cope with problems that are affecting people's jobs and lives: offshoring, automation, technogreed, media control, and social backlash.
About the Author: Richard W, Samson has been described as a humanistic, information-age Buckminster Fuller with a touch of Twain. For the past 15 years he has been fermenting a revolution in the space where the mind and technology overlap. Prior to the mid-1980’s he was active in the mind-development area as author, developer of educational programs, consultant, management trainer, and publisher. Then he shifted his attention to the electronic realm, serving as a consultant in telecommunications and the Internet. In that sphere, he has been forging connections to his earlier work. He is now focusing on unrecognized dangers and opportunities in the defining trend of our time: the merging of human and electronic intelligence. The path to a positive outcome is outlined by his new book, Mind Over Technology. Samson’s published works include The Mind Builder (Dutton), Problem-Solving Improvement (mcGraw Hill), Creative Analysis (Dutton), Ask for the Moon And Get It, with Percy Ross (G. P. Putnm), and others. His “mental exercises” have appeared in popular publications including Reader’s Digest, and in training programs for schools, colleges, and corporations including IBM. Recently, for Cisco Systems, he aided the development of network-based unified communication infrastructure; and for AT&T he specified prototypes and trial services employing unified communication and “intelligent agents.” His special reports on social transformation in work and life (involving technology and the mind) have been featured in dozens of publications including COMPUTERWORLD; Training Magazine; CIO Magazine; Financial Executive Magazine; GRID Today; Washington Times; and news wire and online services including UPI, USA Today, Yahoo News, and CBS MarketWatch.
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Descrizione libro Booksurge Llc, North Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A., 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: Very Good. smoky smell, from a smokers house. very light wear. Codice libro della libreria 164698