Guide to Alan Kay, "Mice, Windows, and the Great Comet"
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Call Number: V0026
Creator: Kay, Alan.
Creator: Kay, Alan.
Title: Alan Kay, "Mice, Windows, and the Great Comet" [videorecording]
Dates: 1985 May 20
Physical Description: 0.12 Linear feet 2 videotapes (U-matic)
Summary: Lecture about computer sciences in the 1960's and trends in computer engineering.
Language(s): The materials are in English.
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Alan Kay, "Mice, Windows, and the Great Comet" (V0026). Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
The MacFest is a conference of speakers, seminars, and product demonstrations pertaining to the Macintosh computer, sponsored by the Stanford Macintosh Users' Group.
Lecture about computer sciences in the 1960's and trends in computer engineering.
Stanford Macintosh Users' Group.