Judith Milhon: Hacking on the edges of polite computing society

Judith Behling police photo, Montgomery Police Department, 1965. Courtesy Alabama Department of Archives and History. (Individuals Active in Civil Disturbances, Vol. 1.)
Programmer’s Primer for FORTRAN: Automatic Coding System for the IBM 704. (Courtesy of the Computer History Museum)
Community Memory terminal in Leopold’s Records, Berkeley, California (1974). This was one of two early terminals used during the Community Memory trial program in 1973–74. Courtesy Computer History Museum.
Issue #2 of Mondo 2000 (Summer 1990). Photo and cover design by Bart Nagel. (Used with permission of Bart Nagel)
The Cyberpunk Handbook, by Ken Goffman, Judith Milhon, and Bart Nagel. Courtesy Random House.

Michael J. Halvorson, Ph.D. is Benson Family Chair of Business and Economic History at Pacific Lutheran University. He lives in Seattle.

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Michael J. Halvorson

Michael J. Halvorson

Michael J. Halvorson, Ph.D. is Benson Family Chair of Business and Economic History at Pacific Lutheran University. He lives in Seattle.

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