imitation game movie

Chuck Guzis cclist at
Tue Feb 10 22:22:19 CST 2015

On 02/10/2015 07:52 PM, Jon Elson wrote:

> Now, my freshman adviser at Washington University was William Papian,
> the grad student who worked with Jay Forrester on coincident current
> core memory!  Wow, talk about something that REALLY affected the
> development of computers!

Any more so, than, say, William Gardner Pfann?

The point is that I believe that inventions have their "time", wherein a 
bunch of seemingly unrelated discoveries come to incubate a great leap 
forward in knowledge.

Which is why Galileo didn't invent television or stored-program computers.


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