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Volume 35, Number 1, January–March 2013

Table of Contents

History of Educational Computing

Features

“Wat For Ever:” Student-Oriented Computing at the University of Waterloo

pp. 11-22

The Best of Both Worlds? A History of Time-Shared Microcomputers, 1977–1983

pp. 23-34

The Australian Educational Computer That Never Was

pp. 35-47

The Diamond Ordnance Fuze Laboratory’s Photolithographic Approach to Microcircuits

pp. 48-55

Dummer’s Vision of Solid Circuits at the UK Royal Radar Establishment

pp. 56-66

Reviews

Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende’s Chile by Eden Medina

pp. 4-5

Computers in Swedish Society: Documenting Early Use and Trends by Per Lundin (review)

pp. 5-6

Turing’s Cathedral: The Origins of the Digital Universe by George Dyson (review)

pp. 6-8

History Hunting: A Guide for Fellow Adventurers by James W. Cortada (review)

pp. 8-10

Events and Sightings

CHM Eastern Europe Project and SoRuCom 2011 Conference

pp. 67-68

SIGCIS at SHOT Conference

pp. 68-70

2012 Kyoto Prize Awarded to Ivan Sutherland

pp. 70-71

Obituary of Yutaka Ohno

p. 71

Interviews

Rolf Skår

pp. 72-77

Biography

Starr Roxanne Hiltz: Pioneer Digital Sociologist

pp. 78-85

Think Piece

De-Brogramming the History of Computing

pp. 88-87

Research Areas

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