MIT Project Athena: a model for distributed campus computing
Book contains a lengthy handwritten note from the author to Gordon [Bell]. Contents: Covers the design, implementation and performance of Project Athena - a production system of networked workstations intended to replace time-sharing as the preferred model of computing at MIT. The book is divided into four parts, covering management, pedagogy, technology and administration. Appendixes describe the deployment of Project Athena systems at five other schools, provide guidelines for installation and recommends end-user policies.