The author when he was quite young 60 years ago programmed his mind to think like a computer in machine language. He made his thinking patterns in terms mostly in reasoning to be binary. This manual shows how he did it and has many pages by other scholars showing how to do it. Exercises for teaching children to do the same are included. He sold accounting computers after graduate school for what is now Unisys. When learning COBOL he pointed out Y2K the first day of instruction in 1969 to his zone manager. He has a number of books on amazon, barnesandnoble.com, nimcoinc.com and nationalschoolproducts.com. His website is www.novamediainc.com and has his resume plus art, military, political and publishing background.Manual for Teachers and Parents Thomas Rundquist ... LETTER. Adapted from NACEa#39;s Job Choices I996 953 State Street Big Rapids, MI 49307 January 7, 1997 Mr. Timothy Randolf Director of College Recruiting Midwest ... My internship withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Programming Children to Think Like Computers|
|Publisher||:||Nova Media Inc - 2007-10|