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Binary Revolution: The History and Development of the Computer

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By: Neil Barrett
Binary Revolution: The History and Development of the Computer
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  • Binary Revolution: The History and Development of the Computer ISBN: 9780297847380 Hardback Dec 2006 Out of Print #159079
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The Digital Revolution tells the massively significant story of the development of the modern computer - from its earliest beginnings in the traditional abacus, via Charles Babbage's Difference Engine to the contemporary wonders of the digital revolution and the World Wide Web.

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