Computers / History Audiobooks

iWozWe offer the widest selection of computers/history audio books that you'll find anywhere online. Our computers/history collection includes listens from acclaimed authors such as Walter Isaacson. Choose from an impressive variety of books including well-known titles like The Friendly Orange Glow, Bitwise and A People’s History of Computing in the United States to name a few. You're sure to find plenty of excellent choices that will keep you entertained for many hours!

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Extended Sample A People’s History of Computing in the United States by Joy Lisi Rankin
Extended Sample Bitwise by David Auerbach
Extended Sample The Friendly Orange Glow by Brian Dear
Extended Sample Microsoft First Generation by Cheryl Tsang
Extended Sample Replay by Tristan Donovan
Extended Sample The Soul of a New Machine by Tracy Kidder
Extended Sample Computing by Paul E. Ceruzzi
Extended Sample Geek Sublime by Vikram Chandra
Extended Sample The Man Who Knew Too Much by David Leavitt
Extended Sample From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg by John Naughton
Extended Sample Turing's Cathedral by George Dyson
Extended Sample Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
Extended Sample High Noon by Karen Southwick
Extended Sample The Man Who Invented the Computer by Jane Smiley
Extended Sample ENIAC by Scott McCartney
Extended Sample The Wikipedia Revolution by Andrew Lih
Extended Sample iWoz by Steve Wozniak
Extended Sample Silicon Gold Rush by Karen Southwick
Extended Sample Perfect Enough by George Anders
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