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By Richard W. Hamming

ISBN-10: 0131390724

ISBN-13: 9780131390720

Concentrating on either thought and functional purposes, this quantity combines in a typical method the 2 significant points of data representation--representation for garage (coding thought) and illustration for transmission (information theory).

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And yet, you talk about programming a channel—I could out-program these thirty-year-olds in terms of what needs to be on there, how to get to the audience, how to get to younger people. I speak at colleges. Whatever it is, I always tell them, look, I can out-program you. ”28 Now, presiding over the Fox News empire, Ailes doesn’t want to make news—that’s not what he’s good at. What he wants to do is give people what they want: entertainment and affirmation. 8% of its expenses on administrative expenses (things like newsrooms).

They were afraid of us—Karl Rove never says what he means. He must be giving us his endorsement because he doesn’t want to face us! We’d try to find as many facts as we could to support this idea. That CNN cut to Donald Rumsfeld instead of showing Howard Dean’s speech on tax policy? Certainly evidence that the White House was using whatever it could to keep us off the air. Obviously CNN, too, had become an instrument of this evil republican regime. The week before the Iowa caucuses, I remember asking the campaign’s pollster, Paul Ford, by how much we were going to win Iowa.

Chapter 2: Information, Power, and Survival 21 moral panic. Panic? 18 Electricity came with a set of critics, too: the electric light could inform miscreants that women and children were home. The lightbulb was a recipe for total social chaos. These Luddite folk tales are funny, looking back. But other criticisms have gained traction over the centuries. Our connection to the teachings of Socrates, for instance, is through the written word of Plato, because Socrates was vehemently against the written word.

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