A commentary on my — somewhat personal and, therefore, potentially subjective — observations on computers and computer-to-computer communications as they influence, or are influenced by, economy, management, natural languages, politics, stock market, technology, telecommunications, and Vedanta. Life is an inextricable combination of all these things and more.
ebooting India by Nandan Nilekani and Viral Shah is an excellent discussion of how, and under what circumstances, Aadhaar got conceived and its meaningful extensions to improve the manner in which the Indian Government can enrich the life of its citizens.
The book is a bold attempt to infuse technology as a foundation for governmental and societal efficacy, by rooting out opportunities for fraud, bribery, leakage, etc. (I'm poignantly familiar with the strikes against computerization labor unions held in the early 1970s that technology was to be eschewed: Why? It'd rob the unionists of 'meaningful' employment, of course, ...)