The Computer Museum Presents the Official Computer Bowl Trivia Book

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Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1996 - Reference - 141 pages
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Based on questions prepared for the Computer Museum's annual Computer Bowl, a legendary contest between the likes of Bill Gates, Mitch Kapor, and other industry giants, this first-of-its-kind trivia book for computer fans contains a wide range of questions, many of which will be used on the program--airing on selected PBS stations--ranging from movies to technology to business and history.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
7
Computers in the Media 1
15
The PC Revolution
33
Fun and Games
43
Chapter A People in Computing
51
The Information Highway
63
Chapters Companies Business and Money
73
Chapter 7 Tough Questions for Hackers Only
83
Chapters Minis Mainframes
95
Software 1
101
C Pioneering Computing
117
For Further Reading
133
More Questions Please
139
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About the author (1996)

Christopher Morgan has had a lifelong enthusiasm for opera, and his career - first in the army and then in industry - allowed him to pursue his interest in a number of countries. He has now retired to a working farm in Susses where he continues to build up his extensive library of books and
recordings.

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