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Liam Proven lproven at
Mon Sep 26 08:34:07 CDT 2016

"Fan belts only exist, briefly, in the intervals between stars

Reviewing the informative Turing’s Cathedral

Programming the ENIAC, the world's first digital computer (US Army photo)

Book review

It's a full four years since it was published, but Reg contributor
Geoffrey G Rochat has finally gotten around to reading George Dyson's
worthy tome Turing’s Cathedral. He finds it's not just a Best Book
list lurker, but something actually worth reading."

Contains some discussion of level-based versus pulse-based logic in
early valve computers which is frankly way over my head but might be
of interest to some here.

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