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Bibliography of Sources on the Minnesota Computer Industry [CBI 2000]

The Computing Industry in Minnesota

Bibliography of Sources on the Minnesota Computer Industry

  • Adams, John S. The Minnesota Economy: Where do things stand? What lies ahead? (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Bureau of Business Research, December 1980).
  • Christian, William C. "Minnesota: Alive with Electronics." Data Systems News (November 1969): 19-24, 29, 50-51.
  • Citizens League Committee on Twin Cities' Economy. Helping the Metropolitan Economy Change (Minneapolis: Citizen's League, June 29, 1977) 44.
  • Citizens League Communications Committee. Changing Communications: Will the Twin Cities Lead or Follow? (Minneapolis: Citizen's League, December 17, 1980) 24.
  • "Computer Industry: Part 1: The Manufacturer." Upper Midwest Investor (November 1961).
  • "Computer Industry: Part 2: Service Centers, Equipment Manufacturers." Upper Midwest Investor (December 1961).
  • Davies, Phil. "Viewing the Remains." Computer User 9 (May 1990): 16-17, 36.
  • Draheim, Kirk P. Technological Industry in the Upper Midwest (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1964) 30.
  • Jacobson, Don. "Services jobs help to offset losses in manufacturing." Minneapolis-St-Paul City Business 9:27 (Dec 16, 1991): 11-3.
  • Iversen, Wesley R. "A mainframe mindset means trouble in Minnesota." Electronics 62:8 (August 1989): 9-11.
  • Leslie, Bonnie "Microelectronics and Minnesota's Future." Corporate Report 8:11 (November 1977): 24-27, 66-78.
  • Lourey, Eugene D. A Role for Northern Minnesota in the Information Age (St. Paul: Sedna Corporation, 1990) 9.
  • Lundell, William R. Center for the Development of the Software Industry: Center concept and strategic business plan (St. Paul: Office of Software Technology Develoipment, 1986) 50.
  • "Measuring Minnesota's computer industry contingent." Corporate Report (August 1974): 37-49.
  • Minnesota Dept of Economic Development. Research Division. The business machine industry (SIC 357) in Minnesota and the U.S. (St. Paul: The Department, 1974).
  • Minnesota. Governor's Task Force on the Future of the Minnesota Computer Industry: Preliminary Report. (St. Paul, Minnesota State Document Depository System, 1991) 14.
  • Nissen-Todd. "Software takes lead in industry." [Special Focus: Information Technology] Minneapolis-St. Paul City Business 9:39 (March 9, 1992):11-13.
  • Radermecher, Nancy. "Minnesota's missing link: now that the state has made a name for itself with medical science and computers, it's cultivating the software industry." Corporate Report Minnesota (August 1985): 81-94.
  • Reichard, Kevin. "Planting the Seeds of High-Tech Companies." Twin Cities Business Monthly 2:10 ( June 1995): 42-45.
  • Report of the Minnesota Software Technology Commission to Governor Rudy Perpich and the Minnesota State Legislature. (St. Paul: The Commission, 1987) 28.
  • Supercomputing at Minnesota: Carrying the tradition into tomorrow (Minneapolis: Minnesota Supercomputer Institute, 1986) 31.
  • Venegras, Ernesto C. Analysis of Opportunities in the Computer Industry (St. Paul: Minnesota Dept. of Trade and Economic Development, Policy Analysis, Science and Technology Division, 1989) 37.