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IBM PC Retrospective: There Was Enough Right to Make It Work

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Mark Dean, a participant in the original IBM PC design team, looks back 30 years to review the events that led to the design of a very "un-IBM" computer-a small device that used hardware and software from outside vendors and made the logic and BIOS code available to anybody. This Web extra features audio from an interview with Mark Dean, a participant in the original IBM PC design team. This video is also available on YouTube:

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Computer  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 8 )