Clifford Stoll Quotes

Clifford Stoll Quotes: Call me a troglodyte; I'd rather peruse those photos alongside my sweetheart, catch the newspaper on the way to work, and page thorough a real book.
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Clifford Stoll Quote: I claim that this bookless library is a dream, a hallucination of on-line addicts; network neophytes, and library-automation insiders...Instead, I suspect computers will deviously chew away at libraries from the inside. They'll eat up book budgets and require librarians that are more comfortable with computers than with children and scholars. Libraries will become adept at supplying the public with fast, low-quality information. The result won't be a library without books--it'll be a library without value.
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Quotes about Clifford Stoll: The virtual community? The word virtual does not mean
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Quote about Clifford Stoll: While I admire the insights of many of the people in the world of computing, I get this cold feeling that I speak a different language.
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Clifford Stoll Sayings: I sense an insatiable demand for connectivity. Maybe all these people have discovered important uses for the Internet. Perhaps some of them feel hungry for a community that our real neighborhoods don't deliver. At least a few must wonder what the big deal is.
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Clifford Stoll Saying: Merely that I have a World Wide Web page does not give me any power, any abilities, nor any status in the real world.
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