A Little Known Book From 1950 Predicted Our World Today.


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  1. Interesting. One of my early jobs (mid 80’s) was working as a contract programmer (remember them!?) and the company managers had a ‘required’ reading list. One of those books was Psycho-Cybernetics by Dr. Maxwell Maltz

    I didn’t bump into cybernetics & Weiner till I went to work at CMU. Strange times.