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u/Kichigai · 3 pointsr/geek

For a while there I'd use the Wikipedia Book Creator to aggregate a bunch of articles on a certain topic and then download it to my eInk e-Reader to peruse in bed until I fell asleep.

One such topic was early computing up through the Microcomputing era and the 1977 Trinity.

At that point of history I was reading Empires of Light about the AC/DC war, Where Wizards Stay Up Late about the birth of ARPANET, Dealers of Lightning, about PARC, Commodore: A Company on the Edge (about the rise of Commodore through the PET, slaying TI, and faltering after the C64), and Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet, which was enlightening, even though it was written for someone who couldn't tell a modem from a hub.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/HaltAndCatchFire

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u/as4nt · 2 pointsr/italy

Il problema di Commodore è che non hanno mai creduto nell'importanza del software con Tramiel e senza di lui non hanno poi più avuto nemmeno una logica nelle scelte aziendali...

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u/HapNz · 2 pointsr/retrobattlestations

If you don't own it already, the Brian Bagnall book on Commodore, Commodore: A company on the edge, is superb.

u/Azhrei · 1 pointr/retrobattlestations

It is, there are some fascinating stories to discover. I suggest Brian Bagnall's incredible book, Commodore - A Company On The Edge, which is the best account to date of what went on inside Commodore from it's founding up until Tramiel's departure in 1984. The Plus/4 is well covered here. The sequel, Commodore - The Amiga Years will be released in a few months time, also. I cannot recommend his books enough.