From Interaction to The Self-Explanatory Tool

“Important developments in human history may be motivated by greed or fleeting visions of glory, but those that succeed have a vast spiritual dimension that defines them forever in the mind of the world.” [1]

Fahrenheit 451 (1966)


From cybernetics will to achieve human-machine interaction to the computer has a thinking being, the urge to control the impact of the computer on society rises.

“From Interaction To The Self-Explanatory Tool” gathers a collection of excerpts whose exploit the paths from cybernetics and machine interaction. 


[1] Vallée, Jacques. (2003). “The Heart Of The Internet — An Insider’s View of the Origin and Promise of the On-Line Revolution”. (pp. 8). Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc.