Fire in the Valley: The Making of the Personal Computer
In 1984, two beat reporters wrote what has since become the seminal work on the creation of the PC industry. Now back by popular demand, this updated re-issue of Fire in the Valley contains more outrageous tales about, and photos of, the individuals that created the personal computer.
This is the story of those pioneering individuals and the industry they founded, often in their own words, but always with an insider's view. A fascinating account of an idea that caught fire, Fire in the Valley became the basis for TNT's Original Movie Pirates of Silicon Valley that aired early summer 1999.
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Review: Fire in the Valley: Making of the Personal ComputerUser Review - Tero Kuittinen - Goodreads
Probably the best book about tech industry I have ever read. It's fascinating just how clueless major corporations were about the personal computer industry - and how the early computer firms cobbled ... Read full review
Review: Fire in the Valley: Making of the Personal ComputerUser Review - Marcin - Goodreads
Good, but without fire. Read full review