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The television link between the jet engine test cells in Lynn and the GE 704 really did click only a few moments before the generals and the airline presidents arrived.Tom Junior really did walk through the sacred halls of Armonk carrying a whisky carton, and with a duck in it! And some, some of the best ones like Comrie and Watson Senior and Wallie Eckert, have gone beyond my praise.Perhaps I could do for the computer trade what Casanova did for Venetian diplomacy? Or I could do a history: a history of the computer times I had lived through.I had mountains of books and papers and clippings to help me crosscheck against the increasingly divergent recollections of others, and could certainly make a useful contribution to the unfolding story of that intelligence amplifier everybody now calls the computer.was converted to HTML for the Web by Frank da Cruz in May 2003 for the Columbia University Computing History Project with permission and collaboration of Dr. This is a manuscript of the 3rd edition, a work in progress sponsored by the US National Science Foundation.The first edition was published by Third Millenium Books, Novato, California, in 1991 and as noted below, copyright was reassigned to the author upon breakup of that company. Grosch says "make sure it's as generous as possible.
Page numbers appear inline, representing the beginning of the corresponding printed page, as to press.I have not sharpened the joys and the sorrows; there was genuine gold and genuine guilt. The characters in my story are real, every one of them. As with all the others, wives and lovers and pets, friends and enemies and quizzical bystanders, I've drawn them as I remember them, with no fear and much, much favor.And when I praise Grace Hopper and Gerhard Neumann, or criticize Vin Learson, it is from the heart. —Mies, Switzerland  [ Prev ] [ Next ] [ Contents ] [ Index ] [ Top ] In Chapter 01 you will encounter (in order of appearance): Watson Senior [Thomas J.And at the very end I have appended the index to the first 23 chapters, which Underwood-Miller did not print. I was the second scientist ever hired by IBM, and I watched the Watsons on Olympus, and Bill Norris and Ken Olsen and Gene Amdahl, and a thousand great commercial and academic figures.Providing this edition on CD/ROM, uncoded and uncompressed, means that chapters or sections of the book can be downloaded and subjected to full-text search. Later, for three amusing years, I was the top Federal computer honcho, and escaped to be editor of the major trade newspaper.