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  - Max Lybbert - Goodreads

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

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User Review  - Morgan - Goodreads

Hackers: The First Computer Revolution. _*_ Note: There are a lot of players in this story, its history, so I'm not going to go into detail about the who's who that plays a part. Its probably pretty ... 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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