THE NEWEST BOOK FROM JAMIE LENDINO
HOW ATARI 8-BIT COMPUTERS DEFINED A GENERATION
THE FIRST BOOK TO COVER WHAT MADE ATARI'S 1979 COMPUTER LINE GROUNDBREAKING—NOW IN A THOROUGHLY EXPANDED AND REVISED EDITION
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An amazing book that details with an obsessive's eye the rise and fall of Atari 8-bit computers.
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Rather than just regurgitate old facts, author Jamie Lendino takes the effort to contextualize the info he shares to the era in which events occurred. In short, he writes like a bona fide historian.
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If you were into home computing in the 1980s, this is an absolute must read.
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Jamie Lendino is an author, editor, mix engineer, and technology enthusiast. He writes books about old computers and video games, and what it was like to experience them when new. Jamie has written for PCMag, ExtremeTech, Popular Science, Electronic Musician, Consumer
Reports, Sound and Vision, and CNET. He has appeared on CNBC, NPR’s All Things Considered, and other television and radio programs across the United States. Jamie lives with his wife, daughter, and two bonkers cats in Collingswood, New Jersey.