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The Story of the Computer: A Technical and Business History

The story of computing up to, but not including, the advent of smart phones. 

The LEO project is noted in Chapter 6, pages 198-189 and further mentions are made elsewhere such as the donation to EDSAC (Chapter 5, page 185). 

Reviewed by Dik Leatherdale in Resurrection Issue Number 79 Autumn 2017.

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ISBN-13: 978-1546849070
Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 3.4 x 23.4 cm

ISBN : 1546849076

Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing

Author : Stephen J Marshall

Format : Paperback, 592 pages

-Stephen J Marshall-




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