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Byting the Biscuit

Article by Neville Lyons, (2020), in the U3A Third Age Matters journal, Feb, pages 159-161.

U3A member Neville Lyons tells how LEO, the first ever business computer, was developed by cakes company J Lyons & Co.

Date : 2020

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH58304. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Byting the Biscuit

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