Computing Books written by Hamish CarmichaelThe following is a list of Computing Books written by Hamish Carmichael 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.
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Hamish Carmichael has had a very happy thought in taking the initiative to collect anecdotes and recollections from the people of ICL, and so to edit and produce this Anthology.
Those of us who were and who still are privileged to work in the most exciting and significant industry so far created by the human race will recall that our colleagues came together from BTM, Powers Samas, and the computer activities of GEC, EMI, Ferranti, English Electric, LEO, Elliotts, Singer and other companies. The strategy of consolidating all the parts making up ICT was the work of Cecil Mead. The creation of ICL was - I suppose fairly - the desire of Harold Wilsonís government. - Arthur Humphreys.
Chapter 6 presents an anthology of quotations about LEO, mainly from LEO Computers personnel.
Edited by Hamish Carmichael
This book is in pristine condition and is signed inside "All The Best - Hamish" this was signed for Tony Priest who kindly donated to us.