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<p>William M. Wolf, a computer programmer, authored the book "No 'e'" about programming. He was executive director of the Technology Capital Network at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., which matches entrepreneurs with investors. He received a bachelor of science degree in physics from St. Lawrence University, Canton, and a master of science in mathematics from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H., and completed graduate work at MIT.</p>
 
<p>William M. Wolf, a computer programmer, authored the book "No 'e'" about programming. He was executive director of the Technology Capital Network at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., which matches entrepreneurs with investors. He received a bachelor of science degree in physics from St. Lawrence University, Canton, and a master of science in mathematics from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H., and completed graduate work at MIT.</p>
  
 
<p>One of his most significant accomplishements was founding AISC, the Associaition of Independent Software Companies, which played a key role in the litigation with IBM that led to software unbundling, a turning point for the young software industry.</p>
 
<p>One of his most significant accomplishements was founding AISC, the Associaition of Independent Software Companies, which played a key role in the litigation with IBM that led to software unbundling, a turning point for the young software industry.</p>
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William M. Wolf

William M. Wolf, a computer programmer, authored the book "No 'e'" about programming. He was executive director of the Technology Capital Network at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., which matches entrepreneurs with investors. He received a bachelor of science degree in physics from St. Lawrence University, Canton, and a master of science in mathematics from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H., and completed graduate work at MIT.

One of his most significant accomplishements was founding AISC, the Associaition of Independent Software Companies, which played a key role in the litigation with IBM that led to software unbundling, a turning point for the young software industry.