Monthly Archives: August 2011

Math Lab Geeks

I was the first kid in my high school in Colorado to have a computer, a kit from a financially shaky company called ‘the digital group’; it had a 2.5 Mhz Z-80 and 26K of RAM, and I permanently borrowed … Continue reading

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Revolutions That Weren’t

Bubba Memory Bubble Memory was going to change the face of personal computing. Well, this was the late 70s, and we weren’t exactly at personal computing yet. If you were computing at all, you were likely an odd duck like … Continue reading

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