Saturday, February 03, 2007

"To say that we were surprised just how enjoyable this book was is a bit of an understatement - we got a rollercoaster ride. 5 out of 5." - Games TM Magazine

On the Edge: the Spectacular Rise and Fall of Commodore tells the story of Commodore through first-hand accounts by former Commodore engineers and managers.

548 pages
Hardcover with Dust Jacket
6" by 9"
ISBN 0-9738649-0-7
Second Printing
$29.95 US

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“Jack wasn't listening very well.” - engineer Chuck Peddle on founder Jack Tramiel

“I’m not sure that he liked taking instructions very well." - son Leonard Tramiel on Chuck Peddle

"He didn't listen real well." - engineer Al Charpentier on Jack Tramiel

"He destroyed me, he destroyed my family, he did all kinds of terrible things, but he gave me a chance to do something nobody else would give me necessarily. I can remember that and I thank him for it." - Chuck Peddle on Jack Tramiel

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One of the most familiar start-up screens in the computer world. The bright blue glow with the blinking cursor under the word READY.


Read about the making of The Spectacular Rise and Fall of Commodore.

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Find out more about the author.

Brian Bagnall is the author of several computer books for McGraw-Hill, Prentice-Hall PTR, and Syngress Publishing ...

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