Quotes About Computers And Books

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Quotes About Computers And Books

To compare books to computers, I mean, computers are the way to get books. That is the medium for distributing text because it doesnt require paper.
— Nicholas Negroponte —

The problem with being an author in this modern world is such: computers break often; books don't

— Emma Iadanza

My life has taught me that true spiritual insight can come about only through direct experience, the way a severe burn can be attained only by putting your hand in the fire. Faith is nothing more than a watered-down attempt to accept someone else's insight as your own. Belief is the psychic equivalent of an article of secondhand clothing, worn-out and passed down. I equate true spiritual insight with wisdom, which is different from knowledge. Knowledge can be obtained through many sources: books, stories, songs, legends, myths, and, in modern times, computers and television programs. On the other hand, there's only one real source of wisdom - pain. Any experience that provides a person with wisdom will also usually provide them with a scar. The greater the pain, the greater the realization. Faith is spiritual rigor mortis.

— Damien Echols

Computers will never take the place of books. You can't stand on a floppy disk to reach a high shelf.

— Sam Ewing

It took me thirty-six years; and, in some fifty stories, ranging in length from short-shorts to novels, I think I must have touched, in one way or another, on every aspect of computers and computerization. And (mark this!) I did it without ever knowing anything at all about computers in any real sense. To this day, I don't. I am totally inept with machinery ... on my typewriter I turn out books at the contemptible rate of one a month

— Isaac Asimov

To compare books to computers, I mean, computers are the way to get books. That is the medium for distributing text because it doesn't require paper.

— Nicholas Negroponte

The person who wins the Nobel Prize is not the person who read the most journal articles and took the most notes on them. It's the person who knew what to look for. And cultivating that capacity to seek what's significant, always willing to question whether you're on the right track - that's what education is going to be about, whether it's using computers and the Internet, or pencil and paper, or books.

— Noam Chomsky

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