The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What function does indexing give the Internet? (from Chapter 15 and Epilogue)

2.

What time of memory is most limited? (from Chapter 8)

3.

What code did Claude Shannon apply to relay switches which could either be open or closed? (from Chapter 6)

4.

How was the telephone superior to the telegraph? (from Chapter 6)

5.

How did Bertrand Russell address conflicting results produced by the Principia Mathematica? the problem of these recursive paradoxes by simply making them against the rules of his formal system. (from Chapter 6)

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