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Actually, Turing Did Not Invent the Computer
From Communications of the ACM

Actually, Turing Did Not Invent the Computer

Separating the origins of computer science and technology.

Software and Souls; Programs and Packages
From Communications of the ACM

Software and Souls; Programs and Packages

How can historians tell stories about software without focusing solely on the code itself?

Seven Lessons From Bad History
From Communications of the ACM

Seven Lessons From Bad History

Journalists, historians, and the invention of email.

The IBM PC
From Communications of the ACM

The IBM PC: From Beige Box to Industry Standard

Looking back at three decades of PC platform evolution.
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