Microcomputers in the home - part 1 : the computer as a resource
"To some the computer is a way to an effortless existence, and to others it calls forth images of depersonalization and electric shock treatment. For one family, the new electronic device brings order into a cluttered existence and improves the performance of family members at school and at work. For another family, it imposes new demands on the budget, on the living space, on leisure time, and on other scarce resources such as the television and telephone."--First paragraph.
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