Ahuge departure from the collections of slogans masquerading today as serious non-fiction, Professor Gene Rochlin's book, Trapped in the Net, is a fundamental critique of the premises of computerization, written in an original and reflective way that reveals the sort of understanding-both broad and deep-that is disappearing as we slip further into the skein of computerization.

Anyone whose life is contained within the interminable web of computers can read this brief but enlightening book with enormous profit-if they're willing to slog through serious ideas presented in a serious way.

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