Life After Television by George F Gilder

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/GILDER TV is dead, asserts bestselling author George Gilder, in this work hailed by Publishers Weekly as "an exciting, visionary glimpse into the future." Gilder explains why the TV set will soon be replaced by a telecomputer, connected to a nationwide fiberoptic network, that will completely revolutionize the way we do business.

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Published September 1, 1985 by W. W. Norton & Company. 222 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Computers & Technology, Humor & Entertainment, Professional & Technical, Business & Economics, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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If Gilder ( Wealth and Poverty ) is correct, television will become irrelevant in the bright new interactive age of the telecomputer.

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