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196      “This is not the age “: “Hogben.” J. M. and M.J. Cohen. The Penguin Dictionary of Modern Quotations. 2nd ed. (New York: Penguin Books, 1980), s. v.

“Is it progress”: “Lee.” Ibid., S.v.

197      “a physicist’s dream”: Redmond and Smith, Project Whirlwind, p. 7.

“Jay… talked to a number of people”: Everett, “Whirlwind,” pp. 365-366.

198      “Bob Everett was relaxed “: Redmond and Smith, Project Whirlwind, p. 135.

201      “I was reading a technical journal”: Evans, “Conversation,” pp. 298-299.

206      “The buildings of the direction centers”: Everett, ed. “Special Issue: SAGE,” p. 390.

209      “The opposition within IBM”: Hurd, “Early Computers,” p. 172.

“The market forecast procedure”: Ibid.

214      “Can a machine translate”: Backus, “The History of FORTRAN,” p. 23.

“Automatic programming, tried and tested “: Journal of the ACM, vol. 2 (1955), p. 291.

“This was in the days”: Knuth and Pardo, “Programming Languages,” p. 239.

215      “We simply made up the language “: Backus, “The History of FORTRAN,” p. 24.

“The pace of debugging”: Ibid., p. 29.

216      “Like most of the early hardware”: Rosen, “Programming Systems and Languages, ” p. 4.

219      “At IBM, Bibby would press”: Fishman, The Computer Establishment, p. 46.

222      “did not themselves first invent”: Findings of Fact, sec. 3, pt. 1, par. 3.