Once upon a time, Agenda was the hippest computer conference of them all. Organized by Stewart Alsop, technology magazine publisher turned venture capitalist, it brought together the best and brightest of the personal computer world to talk about what they thought the coming years would bring. “There was something historically irreproducible about the original Agenda,” says James Fallows, national correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly, who took over last fall as executive producer of ...

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