Recounts the true story of a group of young computer wizards who set out to beat the system at Las Vegas by means of mathematical theory and computers, small enough to be hidden in shoes, that communicate with each other by radio and body sensorsNerds a the term for goggle-eyed technicians whose dreams oscillate between wiring diagrams and Playboy pinups a were not employed by Eudaemonic Enterprises. ... Jim Crutchfield was proud to consider himself one of this species.
|Title||:||The Eudaemonic Pie|
|Author||:||Thomas A. Bass|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 1985|