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From head shops to whole foods: The rise and fall of activist entrepreneurs
[Review of ]. Journal of American History (Bloomington, Ind.), 105(1), 220–221.
Nucleus and Nation: Scientists, International Networks, and Power in India
Bassett, R. (2012, June). ISIS, Vol. 103, pp. 424–425.
Aligning India in the Cold War era Indian technical elites, the Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur, and computing in India and the United States
[Review of ]. Technology and Culture, 50(4), 783–810.
Internet alley: High technology in Tysons Corner, 1945-2005
[Review of ]. Technology and Culture, 50(2), 483–484.
2009 journal article
MIT-Trained Swadeshis: MIT and Indian Nationalism, 1880-1947
OSIRIS, 24, 212–230.
From counterculture to cyberculture: Stewart brand, the whole earth network, and the rise of digital utopianism
Bassett, R. K. (2007, September). JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY, Vol. 94, pp. 629–630.
The mysteries of the trade - Christophe Lecuyer's making Silicon Valley
[Review of ]. TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE, 48(2), 401–403.
Between human and machine: Feedback, control, and computing before cybernetics.
Bassett, R. (2004, February). AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, Vol. 109, pp. 220–220.
Microchip: An idea, its genesis, and the revolution it created
[Review of ]. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 26(1), 73–74.
2004 journal article
T. F. Peterson. Nightwork: A History of Hacks and Pranks at MIT. Foreword by, Jane Pickering. xi + 178 pp., illus. Cambridge, Mass./London: MIT Press in association with the MIT Museum, 2003. $19.95 (paper).
Isis, 95(4), 749–750.
MIT and the rise of entrepreneurial science.
Bassett, R. (2003, December). ISIS, Vol. 94, pp. 768–769.
To the digital age: Research labs, start-up companies, and the rise of MOS technology
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Electronic genie: The tangled history of silicon
IEEE ANNALS OF THE HISTORY OF COMPUTING, Vol. 21, pp. 81–82.
Endless frontier: Vannevar Bush, engineer of the American century.
[Review of ]. Technology and Culture, 40(3), 685–686.