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Digital Deli, the comprehensive, user-lovable menu of computer lore, culture, lifestyles and fancy 1984. steve Ditlea, The Lunch Group and Guests.

Digital Deli, the comprehensive, user-lovable menu of computer lore, culture, lifestyles and fancy 1984.

Workman Publishing NY 1984, 382 pages, double-column text, profusely illustrated throughout, diagrams, photographs, index.
Condition: Very Good overall, large oversized softcover, light yellow cardstock covers, title in blue and black on spine and cover, illus. of 'sandwich' on the cover; some edgewear at spine ends and corners, cover chipped along outer edge with some cover 'rolling'. Binding is tight, pages clean.
Price: $8.00
Item no. R228
Item Description
Includes Sections with articles on, the origins of the computer to the micros of tomorrow, Les Solomon's memory, illustrated timeline of computer milestones (to 1984...); Silicon valley upstarts; Homebrew, and how the Apple came to be; Favorite Hardware revealed by ten top computer journalists; Computer applications to avoid; the abc's of word processing; Computers dance, make it into the comics and go to the movies...; Robert Moog sits down at the digital keyboard; latest on computer chess, voice recognition and artificial intelligence; Games, computerized dragons, Nolan Bushnell's lost classics, visions of Ted Nelson's Computopia Now; much more.