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is dedicated to
founder of computer science:
The Alan Turing
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Email contactI welcome comments on the website, especially to report dead links or to suggest new links. If you have questions about Alan Turing's life and work, please ensure that you have exhausted the resources of this website, making full use of the search engine and site map before contacting me. In particular, please don't ask me to do your college assignments! My email address: andrew/synth.co.uk — replace the / by an @ before you send an email.
Postal addressDr Andrew Hodges
University of Oxford
Oxford OX1 3PN
Brief History and Financial BaseThis website was started in September 1995. From the beginning it was written and designed wholly by myself. For an initial period it was hosted on my Oxford University webspace, and also there were for a time mirrors in San Francisco and Chicago. (For this reason you may come across outdated links to these obsolete URLs.) Since 1997, however, it has had its own domain name www.turing.org.uk and web-hosting paid for by myself. It is entirely my own responsibility as author and web-author.
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