Thorndyke describes the development of peripherals engineering at Control Data Corporation and his own research in flying head drum memory, and concludes the interview with a discussion of the advances made possible through the use of large scale integrated circuitry.
Lloyd M. Thorndyke, OH 280. Oral history interview by Griff Kennedy, 4 June 1982. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107670
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Thorndyke, Lloyd M..
Oral history interview with Lloyd M. Thorndyke.
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