Book Review: How to Build a Working Digital Computer

From: Christian Fandt <>
Date: Tue Mar 2 19:55:25 1999

Upon the date 02:30 PM 3/2/99 -0800, John Lawson said something like:

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>> > Find this book! Buy it! Has anybody built the stuff from the book?
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> I take this trenchant opportunity to remind the Assembled Faithful
> is, IMHO a rilly bitch'n place to score Olde Computer Books.
Amen brother! I just got a copy of Vol. three of _Menlo Park Reminiscences_
by Francis Jehl to complete my set (great technical history of Thomas
Edison's laboratory written by one of Edison's assistants) and I scored a
good looking copy of _IBM's Early Computers_ by Bashe, et al. from a
reasonably priced book dealer in N. Cal.

I could possibly go broke with ABE if I started hunting for the early
radio, TV and computer books I've been wanting.

  -- Chris
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Christian Fandt, Electronic/Electrical Historian
Jamestown, NY USA
Member of Antique Wireless Association
Received on Tue Mar 02 1999 - 19:55:25 GMT

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