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The Official IMSAI Web Site
The two approached Bill Millard and Joe Killian, founder and Chief Engineer respectively of IMSAI, in the late summer of 1976 with their pitch, vision, and plan of .
http://www.imsai.net/

The First IMSAI's
IMS Associates/IMSAI Manufacturing Corporation produced the IMSAI 8080 between . and professionally typeset promotional materials bore the lavishness Bill Millard . Termination of address and data lines was provided with 220/330 ohm .
http://www.imsai.net/support/first_imsai.htm

Ingredients:

4 cups of self raising flour

3/4 tsp salt

2 tsp sugar

1 tbs butter

1 ˝ cups of milk (you can also use powdered milk or just water if necessary)

Method:.

-Pre heat your oven to 400 degrees

Seymour I. Rubinstein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1990 Rubinstein was sued by Bill Millard, former CEO of IMSAI, regarding theft . "Seymour was the marketing brains — it was he that said we should address .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seymour_I._Rubinstein

-Add the butter and rub into the dry ingredients until you have a crumby consistency

-Make a well in the top of the rough dough ball and slowly add the milk or water

OLD-COMPUTERS.COM Museum ~ IMSAI 8080
One of the first to do so was Bill Millard who founded IMS Associates. The computer they designed, the IMSAI 8080, was very similar to the Altair 8800 and was .
http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=389

-On top of your mound of dough, using a sharp knife, slash an "X"

Chronology of Personal Computers (1976)
Apr 10, 2012 . [266.189]; IMS Associates raises the price of the IMSAI 8080 computer . [647.95 ]; John Martin sells Bill Millard on the idea of a chain of computer stores. . or send me an email to request my mailing address to mail payment.
http://www.islandnet.com/~kpolsson/comphist/comp1976.htm

IMSAI
The IMSAI 8080 used an Intel 8080A processor, and came as a base unit with 4K RAM. . One of the first to do so was Bill Millard who founded IMS Associates. . envelopes with the stamped address of IMSAI; Brochure of the IMSAI product .
http://www.smecc.org/imsai.htm

When the Best Isn't Good Enough
>From "Computer Shopper Magazine" Web address . Rubenstein worked with his mentor Bill Millard at IMSAI, where he met superstar assembly-language .
http://www.econ.ucsb.edu/~tedb/eep/news/wordstar.ne.txt

IMSAI-based S-100 computers and Documentation List
Jul 23, 2010 . The IMSAI 8080 was the second "S-100" computer made, offered late in 1975 by "IMS . IMS Associates, Inc. was founded in 1973 by Bill Millard. . taken in the mid-1980's, at their Junction Avenue address in San Jose, CA.
http://www.retrotechnology.com/herbs_stuff/d_imsai.html

Computerland Corp. -- Company History
Address: 200 Continental Blvd. El Segundo, California 90245 U.S.A. . The company's founder, William H. Millard, was a rags-to-riches entrepreneur. . Despite IMSAI's collapse, Millard still saw an opportunity to sell computers manufactured .
http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/Computerland-Corp-company-History.html

A History of Silicon Valley
In 1976 William Millard of IMSAI 8080 fame opened the “Computer Shack,” a store . Coupled with a scanner and a text-to-speech synthesizer, it yielded the first .
http://www.scaruffi.com/svhistory/sv/chap86.html

Karlssons Computer History
Oct 13, 2011 . Well, Bill Millard, who founded IMSAI also founded ComputerLand. . a SELECT from a customer table based on address, will not retrieve .
http://karlssonscomputerhistory.blogspot.com/

Introduction to Operating Systems
Much work was done by Bill Joy, later co-founder of SUN (1982). ? Funded by ARPA . (Datapoint). • Could address 16KB of main memory x. In 1974, Intel . (Computerland was owned by IMSAI founder William Millard). • WordStar was very .
http://classes.soe.ucsc.edu/cmpe080h/Fall06/Section4.pdf

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IMSAI 8080 - System Details. The Freeman PC Museum... Largest ...
ENTER YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS. IMSAI IMSAI 8080. IMSAI 8080. IMS Associates, founded by Bill Millard, introduced the IMSAI 8800 in 1977. . Imsai followed up this system with several more but never had the same popularity as the 8080.
http://www.thepcmuseum.net/details.php?RECORD_KEY(museum)=id&id(museum)=13&PHPSESSID=da297a43c18001c885dcdfcaafb93a9b

MITS ALTAIR 8800
To make matters worse, MITS was in competition with two marketing geniuses, Bill Millard and Ed Farber of Imsai, who opened all the dealerships they could.
http://www.pc-history.org/altair.htm

a potted history of computers - the sixties and seventies
Bill Gates has never liked the concept and in 1976, at the age of 21, asked in an . become even more productive, other technologies such as voice recognition, . William Millard is president of the IMSAI company in 1976 and sells ready to .
http://www.hodgy.net/computer_history/page_2/page_2.htm

THE COMPUTER MUSEUM REPORT
IMSAI dealer network. Bill Millard established ComputerLand in 1976. a franchise network that . my name and home address on it and sent it to Charlie .
http://ed-thelen.org/comp-hist/TCMR-V13.pdf

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A History of Silicon Valley
In 1976 William Millard of IMSAI 8080 fame opened the "Computer Shack", a store . Coupled with a scanner and a text-to-speech synthesizer, it yielded the first .
http://www.scaruffi.com/politics/sil7.html

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    IMSAI « Classic Tech
    Mar 10, 2010 . IMSAI 8080 in good working order sold for $2000 on eBay March 2. . To avoid disaster, founder Bill Millard changed his plans from using minicomputer . Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive .
    http://classictech.wordpress.com/tag/imsai/

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  • Alex Anton4/29/2011

    HistoryofComputers
    John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, and William Schockley of Bell Telephone Laboratories file for a patent on the first . It can address 640 bytes. . It works on the Altair, IMSAI, Sol, Polymorphic computers, and any other with an S-100 bus. . [647.95]; John Martin sells Bill Millard on the idea of a chain of computer stores.
    http://www.students.itu.edu.tr/~cengizce/historyofcomputers.html


    PC Beginnings on The IDEA #3
    This had a 16 bit address bus and an 8 bit data bus, while internally, there were . the instant success of the Altair, was Bill Millard ~ who founded IMS Associates. . Like the Altair, the IMSAI 8080 came in kit form, but Bill's focus was more upon .
    http://retiary.org/idea/idea3/idea/altair/altair.htm


    THE COMPUTER MUSEUM REPORT - Microsoft Research
    the groundbreaking IMSAI-8080 microcomputer. . Bill Millard established ComputerLand in 1976. a franchise network . my name and home address on it and .
    http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/gbell/tcmwebpage/reports/TCMReportSummer1985.pdf


    The Origins of Word Processing Software for Personal Computers ...
    Among these were IMSAI Manufacturing,. Cromemco . chairman, Bill Millard, Rubinstein left to start his . that said we should address word processing to .
    http://javalearningproject.googlecode.com/files/Volume%3B%2028%20%20Issue%3B%204%20%20%20Date%3B%20Oct.-Dec.%202006%3B%20EEEI%20Annals%3B%20s.%2032-47.pdf


    Oral History of Richard Gentry
    SYSDYN (founded by Bill Millard) and then working as an independent contractor after . prepare and get up and make a speech, demonstrating any process, or how something . Well, he was later at SYSDYN, and then IMSAI, and then .
    http://archive.computerhistory.org/resources/access/text/Oral_History/102658070.05.01.acc.pdf


    Timeline of Computer History
    Jul 4, 2011 . To request the link at a different email address, update it here. . "; 1973 IMSAI is founded. In 1973, Bill Millard left his regular job in management to found the consulting firm Information Management Services or IMS.
    http://www.slideshare.net/wizbee/timeline-of-computer-history-8498853


    After 20 years, tech tycoon Bill Millard turns up, sort of
    Sep 12, 2011 . After 20 years, tech tycoon Bill Millard turns up, sort of . processing for the city of San Francisco before making his mark in computing with the IMSAI 8080, which seemed pretty . Steve Jobs Stanford commencement address .
    http://www.sfbayareaobserver.com/2011/09/after-20-years-tech-tycoon-bill-millard.html


    Chapter 4 Transition to Microcomputers
    William H. Millard was a principal in the 1973 . computer the IMSAI 8080 and released it in December . ranging from $20 to $70 and a Solid State Speech .
    http://www.retrocomputing.net/info/allan/eBook04.pdf


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  • Branwen664/25/2008

    PC Timeline. The Freeman PC Museum... Largest Collection of ...
    Uses 2300 transistors and can address 640 bytes. Developed by team . June 1975 IMSAI announces the IMSAI 8080 microcomputer. June 1975 MOS . 1976 John Martin sells Bill Millard retail computer store chain concept. Later becomes .
    http://www.thepcmuseum.net/timeline.php

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  • Bridgitte Williams4/24/2008

    Altair 8800 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Ed Roberts and Bill Yates finished the first prototype in October 1974 and . The IMSAI 8080 computer improved on the original Altair design in several . unidirectional 8-bit data buses, but only a single bidirectional 16-bit address bus. . Once Upon a Time in ComputerLand: The Amazing, Billion-Dollar Tale of Bill Millard.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altair_8800

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