Re: [SWCollect] Home Computer Wars book

2004-06-15 Thread Jim Leonard
Lee K. Seitz wrote: I noticed the book doesn't have an index, so I'm trying to compile a basic one as I go for later reference. I'll publish it on the web when I'm finished. Does this seem like a useful project? Not unless you plan to publish the book itself -- it's hard to find. BTW, I just

Re: [SWCollect] Home Computer Wars book

2004-06-15 Thread Howard Feldman
Here's a 'cheap' copy if someone cares: http://dogbert.abebooks.com/abe/BookDetails?bi=262883290 and if thats gone and you want to pay $100: http://www.alibris.com/search/detail.cfm?BID=8223523025pwork=2973045siteID=5Nv03vHgBCI-IKaHSR7l2ycgkVcaMgbY1w

Re: [SWCollect] Home Computer Wars book

2004-06-15 Thread Chris Newman
I found Odyssey to be somewhat self-serving and a definite spinned POV on Sculley's influence on Apple's golden days. I'd suggest you bookmark it with a large grain of salt. Hackers, on the other hand, was great fun, and written more objectively. That book covered a much greater period in