Issue No. 11 - November (1981 vol. 14)
There is a class of student who finds textbooks designed for computer science majors to be excessively technical, and yet considers the almost total absence of technical details in "social impact of the computer" courses to be something of an insult to his or her intelligence. Where does such a "peripheral" student turn when wishing to prepare for a nonmajor's programming language course? The Information Age is certainly a possibility.
"Book Reviews," in Computer, vol. 14, no. , pp. 150-151, 1981.