Personal computer was doctor's baby By Chelsea J. Carter (associated press)
He raised it from a microcircuit by Jacques Steinberg New York Times News Service 98/12/12
What Ever Happened to... The First Personal Computer by John C. Dvorak
Great Microprocessors of the Past and Present
"Electric Brain" the Chinese
symbole for computer
- Inspired by this interesting breakdown, I have asked a good friend (Spehro Pefhany) to find a Chinese translation of "MassMind." The result is most pleasing to me.
The First Generation Computers
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...and yes, that is the absolute truth. She had no great technical ability, but when the problem of radar and radio jamming was explained to her, she suggested changeing the frequency according to a preset pattern (like a song) to keep the Germans guessing. Her fresh point of view made the difference.
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