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Pixar is not about computers, it's about people.
It was used for decades to describe talented computer enthusiasts, people whose skill at using computers to solve technical problems and puzzles was - and is - respected and admired by others possessing similar technical skills.
I can live without endless television programmes and films just centered around computers. I can sort of live without that.
We're getting so pulled in by computers and technology, and our kids have their face in the computers all day. The human relationship is being diminished by this.
I've always been at the intersection of computers and whatever they can revolutionize.
I started with CB radio, ham radio, and eventually went into computers. And I was just fascinated with it. And back then, when I was in school, computer hacking was encouraged. It was an encouraged activity. In fact, I remember one of the projects my teacher gave me was writing a log-in simulator.
Dell fills its computers with crapware, collecting fees from McAfee and other vendors to pre-install 'trial' versions.
My dad used to work at IBM, so we used to get discounts on computers and stuff, and I did have a ThinkPad.
I take computers practically apart and put them back together. I have a supercomputer I built over the years out of different computers.
Most computers today have built in backup software.
I hate the thought of my children being glued to a screen. Children only play on computers all day because their parents let them.
People are good at intuition, living our lives. What are computers good at? Memory.
Not only have computers changed the way we think, they've also discovered what makes humans think - or think we're thinking. At least enough to predict and even influence it.
The early cyberpunk idea was that networked computers would let us do our work at home, as freelancers, and then transact directly with peers over networks. Digital technology would create tremendous slack, allow us to apply its asynchronous, decentralized qualities to our own work and lives.
We could say we want the Web to reflect a vision of the world where everything is done democratically. To do that, we get computers to talk with each other in such a way as to promote that ideal.
Why does everyone think the future is space helmets, silver foil, and talking like computers, like a bad episode of Star Trek?
I loathe computers more and more, so I have one I can shut down and shelve like a book.
People assume that computers will do everything that humans do. Not good. People are different from each other and they are all really different from computers.
Some claim that computers will, by 2050, achieve human capabilities. Of course, in some respects they already have.
My goal wasn't to make a ton of money. It was to build good computers. I only started the company when I realized I could be an engineer forever.
Today, computers are almost second nature to most of us.
The technological revolution at home makes it much easier for computers to do our work.
I don't care how big and fast computers are, they're not as big and fast as the world.
Technology is like water; it wants to find its level. So if you hook up your computer to a billion other computers, it just makes sense that a tremendous share of the resources you want to use - not only text or media but processing power too - will be located remotely.
Everybody jokes about that old story about the world only needing five computers, but when you think about it, that's where we're heading.
C. S. Lewis
John F. Kennedy
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