- @juliey4 @blakeir https://t.co/5X3QAvpLZx
- @miten If you like this genre, What The Dormouse Said is a great read on the technological and cultural revolution of Silicon Valley in the 60s and 70s
- @om Add @markoff 's What the Doormouse Said.
- For a great history of Engelbart's lab and the culture it was part of, I recommend John Markoff's dormouse book: http://t.co/rUmXsiEBpQ
An analysis of the political and cultural forces that gave rise to the personal computer chronicles its development through the people, politics, and social upheavals that defined its time, from a teenage anti-war protester who laid the groundwork for the PC revolution to the imprisoned creator of the first word processing software for the IBM PC. Reprint.