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Electronic Brains: Stories from the Dawn of the Computer Age

This book is based on 4 BBC radio programmes produced by Mike Hally. Despite its populist title, it is a very readable and informative account of some early computer ventures in the USA, UK, Soviet Union and Australia. 


Chapter 5 is an account of the LEO story. 

Please Note: This item is not in our collection and is included here for signposting purposes only.

Published: 4 April 2005
ISBN13: 978-1862076631
Product Dimensions: 14.3 x 2.9 x 22.4 cm

Mike Hally has kindly donated the transcripts of the interviews upon which this book is based. These will be catalogued here in due course.

ISBN : 1862076634

Publisher : Granta Books

Author : Mike Hally

Format : Hardback, 274 pages

-Mike Hally-

 

 

 

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Electronic Brains: Stories from the Dawn of the Computer Age

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50731. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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