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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing - January-March 2004

Volume 26, Number 1

Annals: How the First Issue Came to Be - Bernard A. Galler
Finding a History for Software Engineering - Michael S. Mahoney
Before the Web There Was Gopher - Philip L. Frana
Four Editions and Eight Publishers: A History of the Encyclopedia of Computer Science - Anthony Ralston
How Did Computing Go Global? The Need for an Answer and a Research Agenda - James W. Cortada
Anecdotes: The birth of an era - Joe E. Rogers; Calvin Mooers - How he came to be known as the "click" man - Bob Bemer
Events and Sightings - Mary Croarken
Reviews - Paul Rojas
Biographies: ADAPSO and the Service Bureau Industry, 1961-1968; Bernie Goldstein; Frank Lautenberg - Thomas Haigh
Think Piece: Power to the People: Toward a Social History of Computing - Nathan Ensmenger

Kindly donated by Philip Sugden.

Publication Date : 2004

ISSN Number : 1058-6180

Format : Paper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH55731. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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