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Re: <nettime> unix history
Ronda Hauben on Sun, 3 Apr 2005 23:21:16 +0200 (CEST)


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Re: <nettime> unix history


In the issue of the Amateur Computerist on the 25th anniversary
of Unix, I also have a short interview with Berkeley Tague.

See
http://umcc.ais.org/~jrh/acn/Back_Issues/Back_Issues%5b1993-1997%5d/ACN6-1.txt

My unix history in that issue takes up the Bell Labs experience.
I think that this unix history is also at the Princeton U site you
mention.

with best wishes

Ronda

On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 z3118338 {AT} student.unsw.edu.au wrote:

> Thanks to everyone who replied on and off list.
>
> here is my current dilemma
>
> I have been using the interviews of the unix oral history project
> http://www.princeton.edu/~mike/unixhistory as a large source and am a little
> bit confused regarding some issues concerning Berk Tague, the Unix Support
> Group and the marketing of early unix.
 <...>


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