book: bit literacy

Bit Literacy

MIT computer science graduate Mark Hurst has put together a book here that details ways for the average person to be able to cope with the massive influx of “bits” – of digital information – that press in on modern life.

Easy to read, minimally technical, there are a lot of practical ideas to be absorbed here in terms of “letting bits go”, and working more productively with a computer, and with bits in general. I recommended this one for the library at college, and it strikes me as good reading for people who are intending to work in full-time-ministry, not just those who are working in an office.

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