Earlysoftware - -- both sides balance-- nothing...

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9/21/11 Early Software I. Keeping track of things II. Form and function III. What counts as technology
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9/21/11 Early Software I. Keeping track of things -- what technology requires -- materials -- know-how -- what develops in our period of time -- technological organization
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9/21/11 Early Software II. Form and function -- John Mellis, Briefe Instruction (1588) -- textbook -- public system of accounting -- based on rhetoric
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9/21/11 Early Software II. Form and function -- form
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Unformatted text preview: -- both sides balance-- nothing superfluous-- system of books-- inventory, memorial, journal, ledger 9/21/11 Early Software II. Form and function-- function-- precision and apparent accuracy-- “virtue made visible”-- internal coherence 9/21/11 Early Software III. What counts as technology-- hardware: material-- software: knowledge, skill, technique: imma-terial-- tools: devices or techniques, hardware or software...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course HSCI 1715 taught by Professor Alexander during the Spring '11 term at University of Minnesota Crookston.

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