Fire in the Valley: The Birth and Death of the Personal Computer
In the early 1970s the personal computer was just a wild dream shared by a small group of computer enthusiats in an area south of San Francisco now called Silicon Valley.
Working after-hours in basements and warehouses, computer pioneers Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak of Appel Computer, Bill Gates of Microsoft, Gary Kildall of Digital Research, and many others ignited a technological revolution of astounding magnituce.
This is the story of those individuals and th industry they founded. It reveals the visions they shared, the sacrifices they made, and the rewards they reaped.
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