Brian Bagnall is the author of numerous computer titles, including Core LEGO Mindstorms, On the Edge, and Maximum LEGO NXT. He is also a frequent contributor to Old-Computers.com, an online museum dedicated to recording and preserving computer history. He lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The Two Steves? Sure, they were great. But have you heard of the Two Bobs?
It's been said that history is written by the winners, and that humans prefer a neat and tidy... Read more
In 1980, I bought an Atari 800, but I had a friend in college with a Commodore 64 a couple of years later. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gregory Lovekamp
Great book great story made of interviews. The dawn of personal computing under Commodore key managers through the year from seventies to eighties.Published 2 months ago by Daniele
This book is pretty unusual as it's not your typical refined company history/biography. Some parts are actually hard to read as there are many details related to how the company... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andrew
It's a very thorough look into the early years of Commodore, centered more in the people related to its history more than in the machines. It is, I insist, detailed to a fault. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Villodre
In the interest of full disclosure I write this review as an insider at Commodore from just after the launch of the C64 through the purchase of Amiga, after which I rejoined Jack... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nicholas R. Lefevre
The book is a good investigative work full of interviews with the employees and managers responsible for the rise of Commodore in the computer business. Read morePublished 4 months ago by jbittencourt
My first stand-alone computer (as a teen) was a Commodore 64, so I've always had an interest in all things Commodore. Read morePublished 5 months ago by AmazonShopper
It's a tell all about the story of Commodore.
If you are a fan of old computers like commodore/atari/apple this is a unbelievable compelling book
I'm... Read more