Pulitzer-winning author Tracy Kidder: Looking for the soul of the machine makers

By Dan Drollette Jr | March 4, 2017

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of one of the first mass-market nonfiction books about computing – a topic to which he recently returned – gives his impressions of the effects of emerging new technologies, and more important, the mindset of those who build them.

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