Copies in Seconds by David Owen
How a Lone Inventor and an Unknown Company Created the Biggest Communication Breakthrough Since Gutenberg--Chester Carlson and the Birth of the Xerox Machine

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About David Owen

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Owen has enjoyed an extensive career in scientific research and journalism. Among his many accomplishments, he has written award-winning features for such prestigious papers as the Sunday Times.
 
Published August 3, 2004 by Simon & Schuster. 320 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology, Professional & Technical, Science & Math, History, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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As New Yorker staff writer Owen explains in this fast-paced account of one inventor's hopes and dreams, the technology of copying is a relatively modern phen

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Owen narrates the life story of the man behind the Xerox machine, Chester Carlson (1906–1968), and his lonely efforts to find a way to reproduce documents.

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