Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution

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Dell Pub., 1994 - Fiction - 455 pages
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A classic reissued for the first time in trade paperback with a new afterword from the author, this is the story of the true pioneers of the computer revolution--the young mavericks and renegades who hacked their way into controlling an industry. Levy's monthly column appear in MacWorld.

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User Review  - Jared - Goodreads

The most recent edition of this book covers various important time periods in the history of personal computing (from the 50s to the 80s), along with two subsequent updates (the most recent one in ... Read full review

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Why didn't O'Reilly bother to edit out the unneeded phrases like "known to man" ("the best computer in the world known to man")? A decent editor could have cut 20% out of this book, and made it much ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
7
WHOS WHO
9
TRUE HACKERS
15
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Steven Levy is a senior editor for "Newsweek." For ten years he wrote the "Iconoclast" column for "MacWorld" magazine. His previous books include "Hackers" & "Artificial Life.

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