The Story of Computer (Recycle or reuse computers! Help to keep the environment clean and green)

The Story of Computer (Recycle or reuse computers! Help to keep the environment clean and green)
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The Story of Computer (Recycle or reuse computers! Help to keep the environment clean and green)

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Publisher: TERI Press
ISBN: 9788179935118
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Today life cant be imagined without a computer. It makes accessing information and communicating across the globe possible in a few seconds. But, computers have to be used carefully. They consume energy and if improperly disposed they release toxic substances that cause pollution. The problem of e-waste is looming large on the planet. Besides, their excessive use can lead to computer addiction. The Story of Computer takes you on a journey spanning the invention of a simple abacus to the evolution of a range of hi-tech computers. It also educates you on making smart green choices when using these wonder machines!


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A journalist and children’s author, Benita Sen has written several books – fiction and non-fiction – for children and young people. A couple of her stories have been included in English textbooks by a leading publisher. And some of her stories have earned recommendations internationally. Her fact book on Polar Creatures has been recommended by a university in North America as an excellent source for individual reading and research, and her story Yakity Yak was selected for the Fifth Nami Island International Children’s Book Festival in Korea in 2010. Also, her stories fi nd a place in compilations of well-known organizations like Association of Writers and Illustrators and National Foundation for Communal Harmony.

Table Of Contents

What is a Computer?
Yesterday’s Computers
Today’s Computers
Tomorrow’s Computers
Parts of a Computer
Computer Language
Uses of a Computer
Care and Safety
What a (e-)Waste!
Computer Czars