What Would Have Happened If The Computer Revolution Took Place At The Same Time As The Industrial Revolution?
4 pages in length. The popular adage that contends too much of a good thing can be bad might readily be applied had the computer revolution occurred at the same time as the Industrial Revolution. Looking at it from the perspective of twenty-first century understanding, where virtually everything in the modern world revolves around or is operated by computers, it seems wholly unlikely that anything positive would have come out of this simultaneous coupling when the Industrial Revolution was itself a monumental period of advancement all on its own. In essence, it was result of a series of events that took place to set the stage for industrialism; there was a tangible timeline that provided for the progression toward the Industrial Revolution. Contrarily, there would have been no precursor to usher in the computer revolution had it occurred at the same time and, as such, would have undoubtedly thrown the early twentieth century into a tailspin. No bibliography.