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“Amdahl is a fine writer with a penchant for plain, straightforward storytelling, but for the most part, this collection falls flater than the goalie on the cover.”
“This was the strategy of Gene Amdahl, who left IBM to start his own company to develop IBM compatible mainframe computers.”
“Only by investing in Amdahl, a mainframe computer company whose stock was near its all-time high, did Bogle junior learn how risky growth stocks could be.”
“The St Paul Pioneer Press profiles Gary Amdahl, author of a nice new collection of short stories called Visigoth.”
“This is an experiment, to some extent, on my part," Amdahl explains.”
“Short Stories; 212 pp. The cover photo showing a hockey goalie knocked-out face-down on the ice made me anxious to pick up this debut collection from Gary Amdahl.”
“Lovely appreciation of a vintage Amdahl mainframe processor acquired via eBay.”
“Meanwhile, Standard Oil of California was gobbling up Gulf Oil Corp., the Japanese were increasing their stake in an important American computer manufacturer Amdahl Corp. and a big California chip manufacturer, National Semiconductor, was indicted for selling untested chips to the Defense Department.”
“A year later, they were selling one hundred boards a month at $500 to $600 a shot, and Jimmy Chan, the vice president of product development, became the first to leave Amdahl to work in the business full-time.”
“The Sigma story started in February 1982, when several engineers at Amdahl Corp. tinkered with an add-on, PC memory board in one of their homes in Sunnyvale.”
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