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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 32 related to Accidental Empires: How the Boys of Silicon Valley Make Their Millions ....    

Forbes Greatest Technology Stories: Inspiring Tales of the Entrepreneurs and ...

Jeffrey S. Young - Business & Economics - 1998 - 368 pages
Chronicles the growth and development of technology from the first supercomputer to the present day while profiling the people who moved the field forward through their ...
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PC Roadkill

Michael I. Hyman - Computers - 1995 - 466 pages
An insider's guide to the computer industry provides revealing profiles of the medium's top gurus, exposes the marketing tactics that are used to draw customers, explains ...
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Portraits in Silicon

Robert Slater - Business & Economics - 1989 - 374 pages
Tells the stories of inventors, computer scientists, mathematicians, businessmen, and programmers who have contributed to the computer revolution
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A History of Modern Computing

Paul E. Ceruzzi - Computers - 2003 - 445 pages
Ceruzzi pens a history of computing from the development of the first electronic digital computer to the Web and dot-com crash.
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In Search of Stupidity: Over 20 Years of High-Tech Marketing Disasters

Merrill R. (Rick) Chapman - Computers - 2003 - 288 pages
In Search of Stupidity is National Lampoon meets Peter Drucker. It's a funny and well-written business book that takes a look at some of the most influential marketing and ...
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Smart Money: The Story of Bill Gates

Aaron Boyd - Biography & Autobiography - 1995 - 110 pages
Profiles the computer guru who founded the company responsible for the MS-DOS and Windows operating systems
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Apple Way

Cruikshank - 2006
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The Personal Computer

Sandra Weber - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2003 - 116 pages
From room-sized machines that only the government could access to handheld devices the average consumer can purchase, the personal computer—the machine that enables people to ...
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