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Living in a Digital World: Demystifying technology
by Mark C Baker

Published January, 2018

Independent review

Available from  Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com and other retail outlets.






We are living through an information revolution that is radically changing all aspects of our lives. Living in a Digital World is designed for anyone who would like to build a better understanding of our increasingly digitally dominated world. Initially it was aimed at building up the background knowledge, understanding and confidence of non-specialist teachers, now having to teach computing/computer science, both at primary and secondary levels. However it soon became apparent that it would have a much broader appeal to a whole swathe of the population, who might regard technology as complex and something of a mystery. What is often found in practice is elegant simplicity.

With more than 140 diagrams and over 70 photographs, the book starts by examining what makes a digital device "digital" and how it functions as a data processor. A review of algorithms and software completes the foundations, before delving into a broad range of key technologies. These include: networks and the internet, flash memory, mobile communications, artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies. With these topics and many more to explore, Living in a Digital World will help you to create a sturdy framework to improve your understanding of digital technology.

8.5 x 11”, 328 pages.

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Purchasing in the USA: As well as Amazon, the book will also be available to order from a range of retailers, including Barnes and Noble and distributors such as Ingram, NACSCORP, Baker & Taylor and CreateSpace Direct.

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