Clive (Max) Maxfield and Alvin Brown. This follow-on to Bebop to the Boolean Boogie is a multimedia extravaganza of information about how computers work. It picks up where “Bebop” left off, guiding you through the fascinating world of computer design . . . and you’ll have a few chuckles, if not belly laughs, along the way. In addition to over 200 megabytes of mega-cool multimedia, the CD-ROM contains a virtual microcomputer, simulating the motherboard and standard computer peripherals in an extremely realistic manner. In addition to a wealth of technical information, myriad nuggets of trivia, and hundreds of carefully drawn illustrations, the CD-ROM contains a set of lab experiments for the virtual microcomputer that let you recreate the experiences of early computer pioneers. if you’re the slightest bit interested in the inner workings of computers, then don’t dare to miss this!
Over 800 pages in Adobe Acrobat format.