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      Gleick, James.
      c2011.
      From the invention of scripts and alphabets to the long misunderstood "talking drums" of Africa, James Gleick tells the story of information tech
      [electronic resource]
      Gleick, James.
      p2011.
      Library ed.
      Gleick provides portraits of the key figures who contributed to our understanding of information.
      [sound recording] :
      Cover image for The information : a history, a theory, a flood
      Gleick, James.
      c2011.
      1st ed.
      From the invention of scripts and alphabets to the long misunderstood "talking drums" of Africa, James Gleick tells the story of information tech
      Gleick, James.
      [2011]
      Unabridged.
      James Gleick chronicles the history of information technologies that have changed human behaviors and reshaped entire civilizations.
      [sound recording] :
      Cover image for The information : a history, a theory, a flood
      Gleick, James.
      c2011.
      1st Vintage Books ed., 2012.
      Gleick, James.
      2005.
      In this original, sweeping, and intimate biography, Gleick moves between a comprehensive historical portrait and a dramatic focus on Newton's sig
      [electronic resource]
      Cover image for Isaac Newton
      Gleick, James.
      c2003.
      1st ed.
      Cover image for The Best American science writing 2000
      Gleick, James.
      2000, c1999.
      1st Vintage book ed.
      Gleick, James.
      c2000.
      1st Vintage Books ed.
      [electronic resource] :
      Gleick, James.
      p2000.
      Delivers a brisk volley of observations on how microchips, media, and economics, among other things, have accelerated the pace of everyday experi
      [sound recording] :
      Gleick, James.
      1999.
      "We have become a quick-reflexed, multi-tasking, channel-flipping, fast-forwarding species. We don't completely understand it, and we're not alto