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253      “No one saw [them]… coming”: Bradbury, foreword to Augarten, State of the Art, p. iii.

“For the first two decades “: Kemeny, Man and the Computer, p. 21.

256      “When IBM started to build “: Fishman, The Computer Establishment, p. 211.

258      “This may sound trivial “: “Swimming Upstream.” Business Week, p. 153.

262      “When my washing machine breaks”: Stan Mazor, as quoted in Augarten, “Ted Hoff,” B-5.

273      “For many years”: Popular Electronics (January 1975): 4.