Max Newman: forgotten man of early British computing

@article{Anderson2013MaxNF,
  title={Max Newman: forgotten man of early British computing},
  author={David Anderson},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
  year={2013},
  volume={56},
  pages={29-31}
}
Reflections on a significant, yet often overlooked, computing pioneer. 
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