TitleProjects: extracted from James F. Suthelrand's memoir, "Making the best, better"
AuthorSutherland, James F.
Biographical NotesThere are two James Sutherlands involved with the Computer History Museum. This James (F.) Sutherland is the creator of ECHO, not the CHM docent. [AAT 2018-01-11]
DescriptionFrom the abstract:
"This summary of Jim’s electrical projects shows that the Electronic Computing Home Operator (ECHO-IV) was not a single-shot event. It was the result of many years of preliminary effort, much of it through encouragement by patient mentors. Each project prepared Jim for reaching the goal of helping to make life easier and more pleasant for others."
Chapter 1, Living on a Missouri farm - 0 to 8 years
Chapter 2, During World War II - 8 to 12 years
Chapter 3, Junior High - High School - 12 to 17 years
Chapter 4, Student, University of MO before marriage - 17 to 20 years
Chapter 5, Student, University of MO after marriage - 20 to 22 years
Chapter 6, Westinghouse and USAF military service - 22 to 26 years
Chapter 7, At Westinghouse, before ECHO-IV was built - 26 to 33 years
Chapter 8, Designed, built, and programmed ECHO-IV - 32 to 36 years