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Reading Between the Lines Грамматич. Личное и коллективное лидерство. Менеджеры в различных культурах. The Secrets of Writing Business Letters. To Depend on Computers — is it Bad or Not? E-Mail — a Blessing or a Curse? A Case for Smokeless Zones Грамматич. Озон под угрозой 2. Воздействие компьютера на человека 4. Флирт в сети Дополнительное чтение 1. The Environmental Tourist 2. A Workaholic Economy 3. Baltic Sea Problems 4. Bringing the Digital Divide I-D.

Telling the Truth II-B. Защита прав потребителей 2. Настоящие законы виртуального пространства 4. Признание хакера Дополнительное чтение 1. Privacy and More at Risk 3. Small Town Crime 4. US Legal System 6. The Whole World is Watching 7. Если Вы нашли ошибку на сайте или нерабочую ссылку, свяжитесь, пожалуйста, с администратором первым или вторым способом. Скачать учебник английского языка Невзорова Никитушкина бгту военмех Скачать учебник английского языка Невзорова Никитушкина бгту военмех.

Математика 1 ИДЗ бгту военмех. Контрольная вектора бгту военмех математика 2 варианты Librarians arc saddened by the fact that young people tend only to borrow reference books rather than reading fiction for pleasure. The Belarusian National Technical University was the first to support the idea in our country.

Several years ago, the Director of its scientific library, Alexey Skalaban, passed an internship in Sweden. At the airport, he saw a huge glass case of books, which he learnt were available for anyone to read.

It was a great idea. The question was only where such books might be kept in Minsk. Later, we installed a case in the main building. Book-crossing is an easy way to do this. On the day I visited, I saw only two books in the case. The inside covcr has a plate stating that it is part of the book-crossing programme, alongside a registration number showing who donated the book and when. Library staff, students and even residents of neighbouring houses bring books.

Additionally, publishing houses have donated some editions. Not long ago, a Minsk night club installed a shelf of books. While some people dance, others gather by the shelves of books, magazines and discs. This is how our collection grows," says Yan Busel, who co-owns the club. Book-crossing is gaining popularity, with safe shelves found in many libraries, as well as cafes and educational establishments. Библиотекари опечалены тем фактом, что молодые люди стремятся только к тому, чтобы взять некоторую книгу на время, а не читать литературу ради удовольствия.

Возможно, в наше время чтение книг стало немодным. Как бы то ни было, новый тренд развивается, так любители литературы оставляют свои книги в общественных местах, чтобы их поднимали и "одалживали" другие люди. In England Turing himself worked on machines that helped crack the secret codes used by the Germans. And in America, a Hungarian genius named John von Neumann—perhaps the premier mathematician of this century-was pondering mechanical devices to help perform the calculations required for the Manhattan Project.

A chance meeting at a train platform in led him to a team of scientists working at the University of Pennsylvania to create ENIAC Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer , which many people consider the true Adam of computers. ED VAC, which was essentially a blueprint for the machines that followed: This scheme was sufficiently versatile to launch computers into the commercial realm.

As we know, IBM sold a lot more than five computers. But while a quasi-priesthood of caretakers controlled access to the rooms that held these beasts, a small underground proto-hacker culture also emerged. These ad-venturesome supemerds used the computer to process words, to draw pictures and even to play chess.

Naysayers predicted that a computer would never master this purely human intellectual pursuit. Garry Kasparov probably wishes they were right. What finally bound those two cultures together was the development of the personal computer. This was made possible by the invention of the microprocessor— a computer on a chip—by Intel Corp. Essentially, what once filled a room and cost as much as a mansion had been shrunk down to the size of a postage stamp and the cost of a dinner.

By , the PC was just waiting to be born, and the obstetrician was Ed Roberts, a Florida-bom engineer who dreamed of a machine that would delivel to the ordinary man a machine that was the mental equivalent of what the pharaohs had in Egypt: His Altair microcomputer was announced in January of that year, and though it had limited practical value the only way to put a pro gram in was to painstakingly flick little switches , it caused a sensation among a small cult of tweak-heads and engineers.

A Harvard student named Gates, for one, who instantly began writing Altair software. Even then, people still kept underestimating. Electronic spreadsheets were the tool that persuaded big business which had previously turned its nose up at personal computers to adopt the machines wholesale. And a new industry was suddenly thriving.

The prospect of millions of computers! People are still processing the effects of that explosion. And a lot of people, still in denial, are kidding themselves by thinking that the end of the Net transformations is anywhere in sight.

Where are the frontiers of computing? But consider what some computer scientists are already working on. Nanocomputers — microscopic devices that may change the way we think of materials. Skeptics dismiss the feasibility of many of these ambitious projects. In other words, people still persist in underestimating the power of a machine whose limitations are seemingly unbounded.

If history is our guide, even our imaginations cannot grasp what the computer will ultimately become. Поскольку век подходит к концу, технология, которая преследует нас, очаровывает нас, приводит нас в бешенство, доминирует над нами — является компьютером.

Но, в конечном счете, самое удивительных изобретение не будет восприниматься как артефакт тысячелетия, но определяющим силу одного только его зарождения. Вы действительно думаете, что мы уже в веке компьютеров?

Это грубейшая недооценка того, что компьютер в конечном итоге будет делать, чтобы изменить наш мир, нашу жизнь и, возможно, природу самой действительности. Недооценка, как оказалось, была постоянной в короткой, но ослепительной история этой удивительной машины.

Удивительно, но рассказ начинается в м веке, когда Чарльз Бэббидж, английский математик, родившийся в году, начал дело всей своей жизни — построение информационно-вычислительных машин—первый калькулятор, названный Дифференциальная Машина, а затем более сложное программируемое устройство названое Аналитической Машиной. Ему не хватало, среди других вещей: