Electronic Dreams: How 1980s Britain Learned to Love the Computer

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How did computers invade the homes and cultural life of 1980s Britain? Remember the ZX Spectrum? Ever have a go at programming with its stretchy rubber keys? How about the BBC Micro, Acorn Electron, or Commodore 64? Did you marvel at the immense galaxies of Elite, master digital kung-fu in Way of the Exploding Fist or lose yourself in the surreal caverns of Manic Miner? For anyone who was a kid in the 1980s, these iconic computer brands are the stuff of legend. In Electronic Dreams, Tom Lean tells the story of how computers ...

Electronic Dreams: How 1980s Britain Learned to Love the Computer 2016, Bloomsbury Sigma, London

ISBN-13: 9781472918338

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Electronic Dreams: How 1980s Britain Learned to Love the Computer 2016, Audible Studios on Brilliance

ISBN-13: 9781522642282

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