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  2. Nathan Ensmenger
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  1. Gordon Bell
  2. Dag Spicer
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  1. Red Clones: The Soviet Computer Hobby Movement of the 1980s
  2. Zbigniew Stachniak
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  1. History of Computing in India: 1955–2010
  2. Vaidyeswaran Rajaraman
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  1. Useful Instruction for Practical People: Early Printed Discussions of the Slide Rule in the US
  2. Peggy Aldrich Kidwell
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  1. The Production and Interpretation of ARPANET Maps
  2. Bradley Fidler, Morgan Currie
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  1. “There Is No Saturation Point in Education”: Inside IBM’s Sales School, 1970s–1980s
  2. James W. Cortada
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  1. Andrew V. Haeff: Enigma of the Tube Era and Forgotten Computing Pioneer
  2. Jack Copeland, Andre A. Haeff
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  1. TENEX and TOPS-20
  2. Dan Murphy, David Walden
  3. pp. 75-82
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  1. Events and Sightings
  2. Chigusa Kita, Thomas J. Misa, Beatrice Choi, Pierre Mounier-Kuhn
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  1. Digital State: The Story of Minnesota’s Computing Industry by Thomas J. Misa (review)
  2. Andrew Russell, David C. Brock
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  1. Game After: A Cultural Study of Video Game Afterlife by Raiford Guins (review)
  2. Itamar Friedman
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  1. Life Out of Sequence: A Data-Driven History of Bioinformatics by Hallam Stevens (review)
  2. Giuditta Parolini
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  1. Augmentative, Alternative, and Assistive: Reimagining the History of Mobile Computing and Disability
  2. Meryl Alper, Nathan Ensmenger
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