Part III of conversations with Tom Rolander

August 10th, 2007 |
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You’ve heard how Digital Research flubbed the operating system deal with IBM. You’ve heard lots of old-time industry stories in our previous two conversations with Tom Rolander who was Gary Kildall’s best friend and operating system pioneer at Digital Research. But now let’s take a walking tour around Pacific Grove where you get a look at the places that now are historical memories. There are no plaques. No statues. Just Tom’s memories and we walk around Pacific Grove talking about what used to be the world’s top personal computer operating system company.

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