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Like your PC? Thank LSD

From US News:
An early line in What the Dormouse Said: How the 60s Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry sums up the book and signals it's a worthy read: Apple Computer cofounder Steve Jobs says taking the hallucinogenic drug LSD was one of the most important things he has ever done and those who have not tripped on acid can not fully understand him.

So John Markoff, a New York Times reporter, convincingly explains how the unique California experience of the 1960s--particularly drugs and protests--led to the personal computer, the Internet, and the open-source movement.

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