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Alexander Dewdney

Alexander Keewatin Dewdney is a Canadian computer scientist and philsopher who has written a number of books on the future and implications of modern computing. He has also written one work of fiction The Planiverse. Dewdney lives in London, Ontario.


  • The Planiverse - 1984
  • The Armchair Universe - An Exploration of Computer Worlds - 1988
  • The Magic Machine: A Handbook of Computer Sorcery - 1990
  • The Tinkertoy Computer - And Other Machinations - 1993
  • Yes, We Have No Neutrons - 1997
  • Hungry Hollow: The Story of a Natural Place - 1998

See also: List of Canadian writers

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