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BBN's Earliest Days: Founding a Culture of Engineering Creativity

 

In establishing BBN, the founders deliberately created an environment in which engineering creativity could flourish. The author describes steps taken to assure such an environment and a number of events that moved the company into the fledgling field of computing.


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