[TUHS] Book: "You Are Not Expected to Understand This"

Kenneth Goodwin kennethgoodwin56 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 13 10:25:07 AEST 2022

Maybe it is just me, but I don't recognize any of the contributors listed
either at the bottom

On Sat, Nov 12, 2022, 7:20 PM Dave Horsfall <dave at horsfall.org> wrote:

> I spotted this when glancing through a book catalogue; well, with a title
> like that how could I miss it?
> Subtitled "How 26 Lines of Code Changed the World", edited by Torie Bosch
> and illustrated by Kelly Chudler (can't say that I've heard of them).
> Summary:
> ``Programming is behind so much of life today, and this book draws together
>   a group of distinguished thinkers and technologists to reveal the
>   stories and people behind the computer coding that shapes our
>   world.  From how university's [sic] databases were set up to
>   recognise only two genders to the first computer worm and the
>   first pop-up ad, the diverse topics reveal the consequences of
>   historical decisions and their long-lasting, profound implications.
>   Pb $34.99''
> Lines of code, eh? :-)
> Abbey's Bookshop: www.abbeys.com.au
> Disclaimer: I have no connection with them, but I'll likely buy it.
> -- Dave
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