What the Dormouse Said
How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry
Explore the fascinating backstory of the first personal computers in John Markoff's groundbreaking book. Delve into the unique culture and consciousness of Stanford, California in the '60s and '70s, where visionaries sought to revolutionize technology and free the mind. Meet iconic figures like Ken Kesey and Cap'n Crunch, and discover the impact of LSD, est, The Whole Earth Catalog, and the Homebrew Computer Lab on the industry. What the Dormouse Said is a compelling, inspirational read that sheds new light on the birth of the PC industry.