5 of 12 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: From the abacus to the iPhone The 50 breakthroughs that sparked the digital revolution (Kindle Edition)
Just looked through the index...
There are 6 'breakthrough' inventions attributed to Apple, but the Internet and the data cabling that enables it are not even mentioned. The vast strides in the storage of information since the first hard drive also are not considered worthy of comment.
This does not look like an objective technical review!
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Initial post: 4 Mar 2012 22:24:12 GMT
Peter Parker says:
The cabling and packet switching technology that enabled the internet are covered in entries for a variety of objects, as are the various improvements in storage technology.
It's premature to give a 1 star review to a book on the basis of reading its index.
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