Letters, Mar. 13, 1978

Computer World

To the Editors:

Bravo for "The Computer Society" [Feb. 20]. The rapid advance of technology might be a more frightening phenomenon if man's ability to change and adapt were not what put us in this position in the first place!

Harden H. Wiedemann Geneva

I fail to see how a computer society will enrich the lives of its people. Increased leisure time is already a problem in the U.S. Who would actively, physically participate in a sport or hobby when a computer could do it all for you? Might not life become unbearably...

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