Thomas S. Mullaney


Tom Mullaney is Associate Professor of Chinese History at Stanford and author of “The Chinese Typewriter: A Global History of the Information Age” coming in 2017 from MIT Press.
Articles by Thomas S. Mullaney
The Double Pigeon. (Courtesy SFO Museum)
The Double Pigeon. (Courtesy SFO Museum)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY IN FRENCH : "DE TERRA 100 A CURIE, UN SUPERCALCULATEUR FRANCAIS PEUT EN CACHER UN AUTRE" - Picture taken on February 2, 2012 in Bruyeres-Le Chatel, near Paris shows a part of the Tera 100 supercomputer developed by Bull along with the teams from CEA-DAM (the Military Applications Directorate of the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission). At this time, Tera 100 is Europe's most powerful supercomputer.   AFP PHOTO ERIC PIERMONT (Photo credit should read ERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY IN FRENCH : "DE TERRA 100 A CURIE, UN SUPERCALCULATEUR FRANCAIS PEUT EN CACHER UN AUTRE" - Picture taken on February 2, 2012 in Bruyeres-Le Chatel, near Paris shows a part of the Tera 100 supercomputer developed by Bull along with the teams from CEA-DAM (the Military Applications Directorate of the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission). At this time, Tera 100 is Europe's most powerful supercomputer. AFP PHOTO ERIC PIERMONT (Photo credit should read ERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images)
Chinese children attend a computer class to learn how to properly use the Internet, in Beijing on June 7, 2010.  China defended its right to censor the Internet, saying it needed to do so to ensure state security, and cautioned foreign governments to respect and obey its online policies, as more than 400 million Chinese people are now online.       CHINA OUT        AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Chinese children attend a computer class to learn how to properly use the Internet, in Beijing on June 7, 2010. China defended its right to censor the Internet, saying it needed to do so to ensure state security, and cautioned foreign governments to respect and obey its online policies, as more than 400 million Chinese people are now online. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)