Epigrams on Programming

@article{Perlis1982EpigramsOP,
  title={Epigrams on Programming},
  author={Alan J. Perlis},
  journal={SIGPLAN Notices},
  year={1982},
  volume={17},
  pages={7-13}
}
The phenomena surrounding computers are diverse and yield a surprisingly rich base for launching metaphors at individual and group activities. Conversely, classical human endeavors provide an inexhaustible source of metaphor for those of us who are in labor within computation. Such relationships between society and device are not new, but the incredible growth of the computer's influence (both real and implied) lends this symbiotic dependency a vitality like a gangly youth growing out of his… CONTINUE READING
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