The Third Apple: Personal Computers & the Cultural Revolution
A wide-ranging collection of non-technical essays on the advent, possibilities, and limitations of personal computers, from the former head of Apple Computer's southern European division.
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To Suffer With
In the Labyrinth
Beauty and Function
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