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Charles and Ray Eames Explain the Computer Revolution

In the 1950's IBM was synonymous with computers but faced a serious problem. Computers at that time were enormous, vacuum tube-driven machines — completely alien technology to the average person — and that bred a fear of them. To counter this PR nightmare, IBM turned to none other than Charles and Ray Eames. Read More >>

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