Amazon.com and otherwise listed books
On the Way to the Web, The Secret History of the Internet and its Founders by Michael A. Banks (Apress, 2008)
Dealers of Lightening: Xerox PARC and the Dawn of the Computer Age by Michael Hiltzik
Fire in the Valley: The Making of The Personal Computer by Paul Freiberger and Michael Swaine
The Dream Machine: J.C.R. Licklider and the Revolution That Made Computing Personal by M. Mitchell Waldrop
Rusel DeMaria and Johnny Wilson's book High Score! the illustrated history of electronic games, (thanks for contributing a copy to the DigiBarn Rusel!) also see Rusel's site
Where Wizards Stay Up Late: The Origins of the Internet by Katie Hafner, Matthew Lyon
Go to: The Story of the Math Majors, Bridge Players, Engineers, Chess Wizards, Scientists and Iconoclasts who were the Hero Programmers of the Software Revolution by Steve Lohr
Apple Confidential: The Real Story of Apple Computer, Inc. by Owen W. Linzmayer
Fumbling the Future: How Xerox Invented, Then Ignored, the First Personal Computer, by Douglas K. Smith, Robert C. Alexander
Digital Recall: Computers Aren't the Only Ones with Memory by Virginia Andersen. From Amazon: Based on the authorís 50 years of experience, this book relates a wide variety of down-to-earth, first-hand and often humorous personal encounters with computers. An additional and unique, though by no means secondary, focus is on the shifting attitude toward a woman in the male-dominated fields of science and engineering since the 1960ís.
Curator Bruce Damer's book Avatars! Exploring and Building Virtual Worlds on the Internet (the history and development of multi-user virtual worlds).
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