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In his inaugural column, Michael Geselowitz informs readers of the rich technological heritage of New Jersey.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has for some decades successfully striven to outgrow its reputation as the dirty, hardedged, industrial-era steeland aluminum-making capital of the world (companies headquartered there include U.S. Steel and Alcoa). In recent years it has been routinely cited as one of America’s cleanest and most livable cities, and it is an… (More)
The "Local Area Networking" column continues with a tour of the rich computer heritage of the "Oxford - Cambridge Arc" north of London.
It has been previously argued that science and engineering undergraduate students can benefit greatly from learning the history of their discipline. In order to successfully enhance learning by introducing history into undergraduate curriculum, it would be desirable to assess what the current educational uses of history are and to understand the needs and… (More)