[rescue] Does any one on the list run this?
francini at mac.com
Sat Jun 8 17:10:59 CDT 2013
On 8 Jun 2013, at 17:30, adh at an.bradford.ma.us (Sandwich Maker) wrote:
> " From: "Carl R. Friend" <crfriend at rcn.com>
> " 
> " But I wonder if there's really much interest in the concept
> " of computing history amongst the general population.
> i rather imagine that for the general population, 'tech history' is an
> oxymoron. we are taught history in school, and it is mostly
> political, religious, economic, and human accomplishments. can you
> imagine a course on the history of the automobile, and its impact on
> the 20th c?
How about this:
"The Evolution of the Automobile: An Insider's View", on sympoz.com:
George Mason University offers Course HIST 333-001: "The Automobile in the
And a survey of the various ways many history texts cover automotive history:
"Beyond the Textbook: The Rise of the Automobile"
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