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Computing Books written by Christopher Evans

The following is a list of Computing Books written by Christopher Evans in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 2 Computing Books written by Christopher Evans in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
The Mighty Micro (1980 Edition) Date: 1979 The Mighty Micro (1980 Edition)

Written when the first personal computers were just being designed, this book is an excited look into the future. Dr Chris Evans, a psychologist and computer scientist, predicts that by 2001 it will be possible to store an entire library in the space occupied by just one of today's books; computer technology will shake political systems to their foundations; and that we will all have a 20-hour working week and retire at fifty.
 
This 1980 edition revised the 1979 original.

Publisher: Coronet
Author: Christopher Evans
Platform: The Mighty Micro

The Mighty Micro (1st Edition) Date: 1979 The Mighty Micro (1st Edition)

The Mighty Micro - The impact of the computer Revolution by Christopher Evans
Hardback published in 1979 by Gollanz
254 Pages
 
Written when the first personal computers were just being designed, this book is an excited look into the future. Dr Chris Evans, a psychologist and computer scientist, predicts that by 2001 it will be possible to store an entire library in the space occupied by just one of today's books; computer technology will shake political systems to their foundations; and that we will all have a 20-hour working week and retire at fifty.
 
This book was kindly donated by Alan Wills


Author: Christopher Evans
Platform: The Mighty Micro

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