‘Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York’ Review

The Wall Street Journal
December 1, 2015
Many of today’s technological breakthroughs come from nerdy young thinkers in hoodies who live in San Francisco and work for startups. But 60 years ago, New York was the nerve center of geekdom, and many of those who developed the computer, transistor and telephone technologies were conformists who wore white short-sleeved shirts and thin black ties and worked for cult-like corporations obsessed with efficiency and secrecy. Read more…
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