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      Cover image for The information : a history, a theory, a flood [electronic resource]
      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]
      Cover image for The information [sound recording] : [a history, a theory, a flood]
      Gleick, James.
      p2011.
      Library ed.
      Gleick provides portraits of the key figures who contributed to our understanding of information.
      [sound recording] :
      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] :
      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]
      Gleick, James.
      c2003.
      1st ed.
      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] :
      Cover image for The Best American science writing 2000
      Cover image for Faster : the acceleration of just about everything
      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