Having just finished reading the book myself, I have to say its a good
buy for anyone truely interested in computer history. Especially with
free shipping. I had to pay for mine last year. But it was a gift to
somebody, so I shouldn't complain!
The author does a good job of being reasonably technical without being
I was facinated by the progression of marketing and development
decisions in the last decade of Commodore more than the early
development of micro processors, but you need the foundation to
understand the bizarreness of some of C='s choices.
All in all, its a good read for computer geeks, or business geeks.