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“The sleeper has awoken and the WHIRLWIND is beginning.”
“PRITCHARD HAD TO STEP BACK FROM BARTON 'WHIRLWIND”
“As the overture gives way to the first song, they surprise us and it's Stolt who is the first voice to appear, just as you expected the first long Morse note that starts so many of his projects. the Title track "WHIRLWIND" is classic Transatlantic, Stolts's vocals soon (all too soon) giving way to Morse for those big tuneful and exciting choruses, pulsating latent verses and general "joy of prog" stuff that the band are so good at delivering.”
“THE NEXT FORTY-EIGHT HOURS WERE A WHIRLWIND of happy celebrations, one following the other.”
“However, at least you had the good grace to dedicate the new release of VOICE OF THE WHIRLWIND to me.”
“Although these projects were not supported directly by DARPA, they were run in close connection with the WHIRLWIND, TX-0, TX-2, Project MAC, and CTSS projects that were running simultaneously at MIT.”
“I am a whirlwind of updating activity today, a goddamn WHIRLWIND.”
“THE WHIRLWIND SWEPT her away to her private quarters, her arms bound behind her.”
“Topics in the first session include: Phil Morse and the establishment of the Computation Center, Corbató's management of the Computation Center, the development of the WHIRLWIND computer, John McCarthy and research on time-sharing, cooperation between International Business Machines (IBM) and MIT, and J.C. R. Licklider and the development of Project MAC.”
“Evil embodied!" shrieked Npln. 5/WHIRLWIND SINISTER In the Space Academy of Terrania, training was a rigorous business.”
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