We Were Burning: Japanese Entrepreneurs and the Forging of the Electronic Age

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WE WERE
BURNING
JAPANESE ENTREPRENEURS
AND THE FORGING OF THE
ELECTRONIC AGE

Bob Johnstone

A CORNELIA AND MICHAEL BESSIE BOOK

BASIC BOOKS

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Author's Note: x
  • Preface: People, Not Policy xi
  • Introduction: A Nation of Transistor Salesmen? 1
  • Part One - Calculators & Watches 21
  • I - Doctor Rocket Goes to Disneyland 23
  • 2 - Blind Men Don't Fear Snakes 61
  • 3 - The Race is Not to the Swift 88
  • 4 - The Lunatics Have Taken Over the Asylum 118
  • 5 - Under-The-Table Research 145
  • Part Two - Camcorders & Synthesizers 173
  • 6 - The Man Who Loved Gossip 175
  • 7 - The Sound of One Chip Clapping 212
  • Part Three - Cd Plyers & Pyintes; Cairs & Lights 249
  • 8 - Many Hands Make Light Work 251
  • 9 Doctor Nishizawa, I Presume? 289
  • 10 - The End of Edison 324
  • II - Nails That Stuck Up 348
  • Timeline 361
  • People 369
  • Sources 373
  • Glossary 377
  • Acknowledgments 381
  • Notes 385
  • Index 404
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