D-Bibliography

“A.P.P.L.E. Co-op Celebrates A Decade of Service”. Call-A.P.P.L.E., Feb 1988.
  • Interesting article that discusses the early days and development of a major Apple II user group and magazine.

Chien, Philip. “The First Ten Years: A Look Back”. The Apple II Review, Fall/Winter 1986.
  • Historical overview of Apple Computer.

Connick, Jack. “In The Beginning There Were User Groups”. Call-A.P.P.L.E., Sep 1986.
Connick, Jack. “…And Then There Was Apple”. Call-A.P.P.L.E., Oct 1986.
  • Transcript (in two parts) of a talk given by Steve Wozniak to the Apple World meeting in San Francisco, January 1986.

Creative Computing, Nov 1984.
  • The entire issue had articles that dealt with the first ten year of personal computing, including a little from before the release of the Altair 8800.

Cringely, Robert X. Accidental Empires. (Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley, 1992).
  • Historical information that deals more with the non-Apple computer world, but does have information about VisiCalc .

Duprau, Jeanne, and Tyson, Molly. “The Making Of The Apple IIGS“. A+ Magazine, Nov 1986.
  • Info about the development of this computer.

Paul Freiberger and Michael Swaine. Fire In The Valley. (Osborne/McGraw-Hill: Berkley 1984).
  • This book deals with the beginnings of the entire microcomputer industry, but has a chapter that deals with the formation of Apple Computer and its subsequent development.

Hogan, Thom. “Apple: The First Ten Years”. A+ Magazine, Jan 1987.
Hogan, Thom. “Back In Time”. A+ Magazine, Feb 1987.
  • Historical overview.

Levy, Steven. Hackers: Heroes Of The Computer Revolution. (New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1984).
  • History of modern computing, from the PDP-1 at MITS in the 1960’s to the software wizards of the early 1980’s.

Moritz, Michael. The Little Kingdom. (New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc, 1984).
  • History of Apple Computer and its founders, up to the early 1980’s.

Pinella, Paul. “In The Beginning: An Interview With Harvey Lehtman”. Apple IIGS: Graphics And Sound, Fall/Winter 1986.
  • IIGS product development.

Rose, Frank. West Of Eden: The End Of Innocence At Apple Computer. (New York: Penguin Books, 1989).
  • Review of Apple Computer history, with extensive behind-the-scenes information of Apple’s turbulent middle years in the 1980’s while the Macintosh was under development, up to the ouster of Steve Jobs.

Rubin, Charles. “The Life & Death & Life Of The Apple II”. Personal Computing, Feb 1985.
  • A review of some reasons why the Apple II doesn’t seem to die.

Smarte, Gene, and Reinhardt, Andrew. “15 Years Of Bits, Bytes, And Other Great Moments”. Byte, Sep 1990.
  • Timeline overview of 1975-1990 in computing history.

The Apple II Guide. Apple USA Product Marketing, 1990.
The Apple II Guide. Apple USA Product Marketing, 1992.
  • Timeline history of Apple Computer, plus overview information about the Apple II to get anyone started.

Williams, Gregg. “‘C’ Is For Crunch”. Byte, Dec 1984.
  • Development of the Apple IIc.

Williams, Gregg, and Moore, Rob. “The Apple Story, Part 1: Early History”. Byte, Dec 1984.
Williams, Gregg, and Moore, Rob. “The Apple Story, Part 2: More History And The Apple III”. Byte, Jan 1985.
  • Interview with Steve Wozniak.

Worth, Don, and Lechner, Pieter. Beneath Apple DOS. Reseda, CA: Quality Software, 1981.
  • Has a description of the history of DOS, as well as a technical description of it.

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