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“If you're a deep fan you already know about "Shakey" - Jimmy McDonnough's terrific bio of Neil.”
“Things hadn't been easy for a while: Jayne had been drinking for almost six years and had subsequently got involved with Richard - known as Shakey - who was also an alcoholic.”
“Walter "Shakey" Horton, originally a teenage harp wizard from Mississippi who became the premier Chicago soloist after the war; Honeyboy Edwards,”
“Neil got polio and lost all his girlish curves," Rassy, Young's indomitable mother and a central character in "Shakey," tells McDonough.”
“The chain got its name from co-founder Sherwood "Shakey" Johnson, who got his nickname from nerve damage he suffered while serving in World War II.”
“And T&T also have the West Ham goalie 'Shakey' Hislop!”
“Yet for all the fantastic advances in computing and engineering that put two men on the moon by 1969, the best-known 1960s robotics experiment was "Shakey", a tall robot that wandered Stanford”
“But it was a breakthrough - the school's first-ever trip to Lakeland - under sixth-year coach Marcos "Shakey" Rodriguez.”
“In his autobiography "Shakey," Neil Young praised Martin's musical sensitivity.”
“And as Neil has made clear over the years since the publication of "Shakey," he's still got much more to give.”
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Famous or Infamous Robots (fiction or nonfiction)
NOTE: Karel Čapek coined the term 'robot' which first appeared in his play R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) in 1921. Karel credited...
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