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I guessed you would be a US native, this side O' the pond you were either a Sinclair or a Commodore they had big battle for the bedrooms. I went '64 as most of friends had one. The tape drive was an art form all it's own
Thanks for the recommendation! I bought and finished the ebook. I didn't know Bob Noyce of Intel, together with Jack Kilby, was the integrated circuit inventor.
I was also from electronics school. All my classmates were reluctant in it because their grades did not meet the cutoff points of their choice course. I enrolled in electronics because I wanted to be an inventor like Thomas Edison. That was before I knew of his bad reputation. I was not good on hands-on activities like soldering and wiring, so I transitioned to a software development job in the end.
Good that George Boole and Claude Shannon are mentioned. It makes me want to learn boolean algebra and information theory.
I was the one who gave you a 5 for this recommendation.
Hellboy - I was one more random fan expected to see Hellboy 3. It didn't happen. But instead got this
Glass - Split was good. It increased unbreakable expectations & forced me to watch this. Disappointed
Rambo: Last Blood - This one actually expected bullet. It was only available movie at that showtime during our unplanned visit to nearby mall. I liked the previous movie(Rambo) for action sequences.
I've got the feline that you're purrfectly right on that one!
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - Never argue with a fool. Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. Mark Twain
Yesterday I went into the yard to do some electrical work. The sun was shining as brightly as it can this time of year for this latitude (NYC area). I found it too warm and proceeded to work shirtless. Almost mid-January, too. Quite amazing.