Human Needs and the New Computing Technology
Author: Ben Shneiderman
The MIT Press, 2002
EN: This book discusses a number of interesting topics, and the author has a fairly thoughtful perspective (most of the time), but he's a very bad writer ... he tends to go off on tangents, engage in lengthy fairy-tale scenarios, and engages in rhetorical guerilla tactics in a clumsy attempt to dismiss anyone who might disagree with him. Be cautious, especially when it is clear the material is polluted by the author's polemic.