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| 5 ways in which the American workforce could fight back in order to reclaim its economic freedom. Politicians, pundits, political activists, and academics alike will find much to recommend in The… (More)
A look at the volatile history of remote computing and online software services.
Lee, John Couleur, James L. McKenney, and Oldfield (written in the first person), which are often close duplicates of parts of this book. Although the book names more participants and the author… (More)
The first personal-computer spreadsheet, VisiCalc, was launched in May 1979. During the next decade, the spreadsheet evolved from a simple calculating aid to an indispensable tool of modern business,… (More)
Computer activity at Manchester University began in 1946 with the construction of a CRT-based memory, which was followed by a series of prototype computers. The work culminated in the Ferranti Mark… (More)
This paper describes the data communications activity at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) during the period 1965-1975. The key feature of the NPL work was the development of the principle of… (More)
The discovery of a paper-tape relic consisting of an undebugged program written for the EDSAC computer in 1949 is described. It is believed that this program is the first real, nontrivial application… (More)
Insights from difficult times in the computer industry.