New Book , Fall 2019

They built the world's first real-time, electronic, general-purpose, digital computer. They called it Whirlwind.  Edward R. Morrow called them “Unusual…and gifted.” The rest of us have yet to thank them for making the world go digital for the very first time. 

2019 will be the 70th anniversary (1949-2019) of the Bright Boys pinging off that first binary bit out into the world. It was a beginning that changed everything. Few believed in them...or their strange new technology. We do now.

Tom Green and Taylor & Francis are proud to publish The Untold Story of Everything Digital, which takes up the critical years of innovation and development 1946-1956, when there was less then a megabyte of RAM on the entire planet...and it all belonged to the bright boys.

Please join us for this incredible adventure when a band of misfit engineers, led by MIT's Jay Forrester and Bob Everett, birthed the digital revolution. The bright boys were the first to imagine an electronic landscape of computing machines and digital networks, and the first to blaze its high-tech trails.

The Beginning that Changed Everything

Bright Boys, Revisited by Tom Green

Also Premiering, Fall 2019

Based on the Amazon Best Seller: Bright Boys: The Making of Information Technology by Tom Green

The Untold Story of Everything Digital

 Bright Boys: The Podcast
The Untold Story of Everything Digital
Podcast Series: Eight 30-minute Episodes

For more on the Bright Boys podcast production, SEE: Podcast